Africa | Three anklets "kperengangobli" and a bracelet from the Baule people of the Ivory Coast | Brass | "kperengangobli" anklets were used both, as primitive money and as ornament. They were made with lost wax fusion process. Empty inside to make them lighter. Sometimes these anklets were kept above the family altars as a sign of prestige. | 800€ for the lot ~ Sold
West Africa | Collection of 11 bracelets and anklets. | Brass | Including pieces made by the Dan and Senufo of the Ivory Coast, the Frafra and Gurunsi of Burkina Faso and the Baule of the Ivory Coast | 350€ for the lot ~ sold (Mar '14)
Africa | Male figure. Bamum peoples. Cameroon, Famban | Wood, brass, cloth, glass beads, cowrie shells | This life-size male figure from the kingdom of Bamum in Cameroon is a visually compelling example of the splendid beaded sculptures Bamum artists created for the royal court in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
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Superb Old African Tribal Art, Baule Slave Ancestor Figure Dimension: 37"H x 6 1/2" x 11" Early-Mid 20th Century Conditions: Wood deterioration, age cracks, chips and scrapes, overall condition good. If you want more pictures just let me know. FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE ! Among the Baule peoples of Côte d'Ivoire, human experienceevolves out of and remains inextricably linked to the ancestral spirit world, or blolo (roughly, "the village of truth"),which controls and determines…