We supply a huge variety of masks suitable for any occasion, from only 69p. Our ranges include Full Face, Venetian Style, Eyemasks, Animals, Character, Horror, and Halloween masks. We offer a next day and Saturday delivery service and the lowest prices online
This site is owned and operated by Party Superstores Ltd. The company was started in 1994, has over 50 staff and a turnover of £3 million p.a. Party Superstores Ltd operates retail stores in the South London area with over 20,000 party products.
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Please Note: The Prices on this site are not available in our stores and they are not able to deal with any queries or orders regarding online purchases.
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from super party masks. We offer a very large selection of masquerade masks with or without feathers; to cover half the face like the Phantom of the Opera; The whole face if you're looking for a Freddy Krueger 'make-under'; Perhaps a mask to only cover the eyes similar to Batman.
Find all the masks you need here at Super Party Masks. Complete your look now with next day delivery on all our styles including Venetian masks, every Masquerade mask possible, Halloween masks, Animal masks,costume masks for masquerade parties , character card masks and fancy dress masks for occasions or even masks for theatricals. Super Party Masks have them all.
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.