I was typing 狐 on my phone and one of the autofill options was 狐のお面. With a little searching and use of a 辞書. I figured out, hopefully successfully that this means Fox Mask. I am a fan of foxes and searching this on google brought up images of fox masks. This pretty much reinforced my idea of the meaning. The part that made me wonder and curious about a significance is because of the お used. I would guess that this is an honorific used on the 面. This made me wonder if there was some specific mask tied to this phrase.
My question is how correct am I on my understanding? Also to Japanese does 狐のお面 conjure a very specific idea? Like a specific type of fox mask? Or is there a cultural significance to a fox mask?