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Chokwe Chihongo Mask


The 3D model belongs to a mask from the Chokwe ethnic group. The Chokwe are an African ethnic group with a presence in Angola, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Zambia. They stand out for their rich artistic culture, especially in sculpture, dance and music. Their masks and carved figures are used in ritual ceremonies. Hand-carved, they represent spiritual figures and ancestors, with detailed geometric designs and sometimes vibrant colors. Masks are also linked to rites of passage, marking transitions in life. Made mainly of wood, these pieces stand out for their cultural symbolism and the artisanal skill of the Chokwe.

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