A wooden helmet mask black in color has a pronounced nose, bulbous cheeks, protruding ears, and protruding visor covered with red abrus seeds. Animal fur is attached to the top of the mask and animal black fur attached to the lower rim of the mask. A fiber strap is attached through the area below the nose for a dancer to hold while preforming. Kuba (Binji) geometric designs appear on the surface of the mask. The mask is in good condition with native repairs to the ears and cheeks. The mask dates to the mid 20th century.