Traditional mask of the games of the little devils, made by the artisan Shirley González from the Boruca indigenous territory.



  • Boat wood
  • Acrylic paint

Note: Preferably place indoors.


Size: 18x14cm


Mask design and colors may vary.

Brunka devil mask

SKU: 07-020-010
  • Balsa wood is traditional to make game masks of the little devils. This tradition exists since times of conquest where the devils are the indigenous people and the bull against which they fight for 3 days represents the Spanish people. Today it is a celebration and commemoration.

    Boruca is a territory that is part of the Brunka indigenous people, located in Buenos Aires de Puntarenas.


Monday to Friday

10:30 am - 4:30 pm

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2221-0146 | 8930-1371

Location :

25 meters south of the southeast corner of the National Museum

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