H: 62.2 cm, D: 16.2 cm (H: 24.4 in, D: 6.3 in)
Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Helen and Dr. Robert Kuhn. X85.460
The handle of this slit gong is in the shape of a female mask. The instrument is played for ritual masquerade performances as well as for entertainment.
Source: DjeDje, J. C. (1999). “Turn Up the Volume! A Celebration of African Music”, Los Angeles: UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History. page 286