Throughout history, masks made of pig bladders with crow heads have been seen during major pandemics.
Today you can personalise the mask you buy with the muzzle of a pet or why not a tiger. During periods of plague, masks with the shape of a bird's beak were made for doctors with medicinal plants that were supposed to kill the various infections attributed to the epidemics. The models of the masks have never ceased to be revisited in an attempt to improve them. Archive photos show that the miners wore masks to protect them from all the flying and suspended dust during their activities at the bottom of the mine. Around 1850, medical masks appeared.
Charles Urbain Bricogne, a French engineer, developed a mask to protect against dust, dust which was dangerous to the health of railway employees.
At the dawn of the 20th century, the occupants of the tanks were obliged to put on a mask to protect themselves from the paint and iron debris coming from the walls due to the consequences of shell and bullet impacts.
Today, multiple means of protection are used: visor or face screen. These are systems already in use in various sectors of activity whose common aim is to protect against all types of projections. Visor used in metallurgy, welding, etc.
Masks to be personalised with the muzzle of an animal, dog, cat, tiger, an indispensable gift for those who care about the health of their loved ones. Gift for him, gift for her, gift for mum, gift for dad fun gift
Mask to personalise with an animal muzzle
- White mask, approx. 21 x 13 cm
- Print area approx. 19.5 x 11.5 cm
- Diameter of the tie rod approx. 6 cm
- Front 100% polyester, back 80% cotton, 20% polyester
- Colour white
- Washable up to 60° C
- According to REACH Regulation (EG) No. 1907/2006 (European Union Regulation)
- Other selections
- to customise or not customise
- To customise
- Targeted people