Raven Feather Doctor Death Mask

In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, doctors would wear a beak masks during a plague. They would fill the nose of the mask with aromatics to protect them from the stench and disease in the air. The plague doctor's costume consisted of a long overcoat, a beak mask often filled with lavender, a brimmed hat, gloves, and boots. The look of this doctors mask is a bit terrifying and out of this world.

The Raven Feather Death Mask is a unique decorative piece that makes a big statement! This faux artifact looks very creepy on a library shelf, old trunk, Halloween party table or on your face.

  • Paper mache and feather bird-like beak mask.
  • 15" x 10" decoration or costume accessory.
  • Imported.

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