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Founded in 1998, China Tianwai Safety Equipment Co., Ltd. is a comprehensive korean mask manufacturer and wholesaler of safty equipment and safety industry. With the integrity of research, development, quality production, CAD technical system and high propagation sale, our products are widely used in the fire fighting, road safety, lighting, public secuity, family, automobile safety, petroleum, metallurgy and construction and other fields. The products passed certification of ISO9000 quality system and CCC certification. Each custom korean masks product has passed the strict quality test to guarantee credible product functions before being put into markets, and the return rate of our products is below 1%.
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All Korean-Arts' masks, and other wood figurines, are hand-carved by Korean artisans using alder wood imported from the United States. The five-step process in their production includes; cutting large pieces of wood into the proper shaped blanks, after which they are hand-carved into their final shape by artisans. Next they are treated in a submersion bath to preserve the wood, dried and varnished. Lastly, the details are hand-painted on. We are proud that the folks that create our masks and wood figurines are some of the finest artisans in Korea, whose modern workshops fully support equal opportunity hiring and handicapped workers. 13 inches, papier mache with black cotton hood There are many hundreds of different Korean folk masks. This is one of 26 different characters in the Bongsan play that is performed in Hwanghae Province. For some reason this rich diversity is rarely seen. Instead, only three masks routinely show up on the market-- the Hahoe with its articulated jaw, the Black Monk, and the White Maiden.
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The Korean mask play, or Tal-nori, originated in Korea in Ha-hoe ri (Ha-hoe village), near An-dong shi (An-dong city), in Kyong-sang-buk-do (Kyong-sang North Province) in the 12th century which was right about the middle of the Koryo Dynasty. Legend has it that a man living in Ha-hoe village, was contacted by the gods and told to make 12 masks all the while avoiding contact with other humans or suffer dire consequences. He subsequently locked himself up in his house and began the task. But as he was nearing completion, a curious girl - who was quite fond of the man - spied on him through a hole in the wall of his house causing him to be punished by the gods with fatal results. At the time of his death, he had finished eleven of the twelve masks, and all but the chin of the last one - the Imae mask. To this day, the Imae mask is the only mask without a chin. While an entertaining story, the masks were more likely created by local villagers who wished to perform plays, which grew in popularity during that era, and have now come to be national treasures.

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