This is a mask from the Chokwe people of Angola. It features a small face with a large wooden handle wrapping underneath. The mask is sewn onto a band of cloth which contains a full head of raffia, used as hair for the mask. There are carved markings on the face which include triangles, outward facing ears, and other shapes. The mouth is open with jutting white teeth. The eyes are shut. The wrap-around handle is carved with various lines to form patterns.