Wide Moon mask depicting the four stages of the moon, as well as the ebb and flood tides. The moon serves as one of the Native American symbols in the First Nations Kwakwaka'wakw culture. This moon mask is carved from red cedar and has copper inlays.
Bronze handle attachment in the form of a mask. Period: Late Hellenistic or Early Imperial Date: 1st century B.C.–1st century A.D. Culture: Greek or Roman Medium: Bronze, copper, silver The meander ornament and fillet have silver inlays, and the lips preserve some traces of copper inlay.
Hand Carved Wooden Native American Sun Mask From the site "This large 'sun' mask is as striking piece with great features. There are copper eyebrows and bone inlays in the eyes as well as cured horse hair. Price: £299.00 Shipping: £7.99" Crazy.
Silvered copper ornamental mask The inlays are made from sea shells. 9.5 cm high and 10 cm wide (3 3/4 x 3 1/5 inch.) Found in Peru, from the Moche culture (Lome Negra), around 400 AD Source: Metropolitan Museum