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Phantom Mask

With Headband

Price : £3.99

REF : EM218


Description : There’s basically no Phantom of the Opera fancy dress if it’s not for this mask. This Phantom Halloween mask is ideal for any All Hallows party but also for any masquerade ball. This fabled theatre house “villain” has a divine voice with a face of a corpse. You can wear this mask with a cape and you are more than ready, but of course a formal attire (such as a suit or a tuxedo) would finish off this phantom of the Opera in all its grace. Now find a chandelier and make a great entrance!


In Delivery : Phantom Mask firm plastic With Headband.


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Did you know?

Animal Masks, Mardi Gras, masquerade masks, venetian masks or masked ball masks all stem from the Venetian masked ball masks of 17th century Italy. Masquerade masks provided the people of the 17th century renaissance period with a popular new toy. Here is another mini masquerade mask fact: Masquerade masks were brought to London's opera scene by a Swiss Count named John James Heidegger.