Masculine and angular – the perfect shape for
wearing with a high-collared cape: this is Bauta.
In Baroque Venice, this classical mask was
very popular, especially when worn with
a long cape and a dashing tricorne. The
Bauta mask was not only popular for Venetian Carnival, but
was required wear for politicians during the decision-making process
as well. The powerful chin – which allows the person wearing the mask to
eat and drink without taking it off – is this mask's outstanding feature.