Traditionally, Ta Lieng people used wooden masks and statues for ritual purposes to represent ancestors and spirits.
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A wooden mask made by the Ta Lieng people in Sekong Province, Laos. Traditionally, wooden masks and statues were used for ritual purposes to represent ancestors and spirits. Nowadays, they are used as decoration and mainly sold to tourists.
|13 × 25.5 cm
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