Now you can have one of this masks at home. The ones we sell preserve the traditional manufacturing process, so you can deem it an original mask. Hang it in one of your walls and enlighten your visitors with this tradition that has been shared generation upon generation for centuries.
The mask was produced in Junin, in a town named Mito, with purpose be dressed every January 1st, 2nd and 3rd in a town dance called "la Huaconada". So, can use it as an item to dance or to decorate your wall.