Made from Lizella clay. Mask was traditionally fired in an earthen pit to develop the color.
Twine piece for hanging.
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Masks were worn for Social dancing and ceremony. The masks were often made to represent animals or enemies. This mask is a clan mask and represents the Wild Potato Clan which in Cherokee is known as a ni go di ge wi.
Members of the wild potato clan are traditionally known to be keepers of the land.
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