In the midst of the plague epidemic in 17th century France a careless alchemist by the name of Vizard established his own formula of germ preventative to house in the beak of his mask. Unknown to him at the time, Vizard created a form of immortality but his compound wasn't complete. His skeletal system and limbs were still aging and deteriorating while his organs were preserved. Vizard presently still wears his mask because in the event of it's removal he will experience instant death.
While hanging, Vizard is 5.5" long, not including the red ribbon attached. His hand-stitched body moves freely inside the head giving him an organic feel. He is painted with acrylics and varnished for durability.
Due to the physical nature of Vizard, he was made specifically for and should be hung as he is top heavy.