Africa | Brass equestrian statue from Nigeria | ca. 16th - 17th century

Africa | Brass equestrian statue from Nigeria | ca. 16th - 17th century

Great mask of the Ntomo-Society, Bamana-peoples, Mali - Art Curator & Art Adviser. I am targeting the most exceptional art! See Catalog @ http://www.BusaccaGallery.com

Great mask of the Ntomo-Society, Bamana-peoples, Mali - Art Curator & Art Adviser. I am targeting the most exceptional art! See Catalog @ http://www.BusaccaGallery.com

Africa | Pendants from the Akan people of the Ivory Coast || Top). Ø 8 cm. ca. 6,5k gold. 1,680CHF ~ Sold.  Middle) H. 10cms.  6k gold. 8,400CHF ~ sold.  Bottom) Ø 9 cm. 6,5k gold. 2,160CHF ~ sold

Africa | Pendants from the Akan people of the Ivory Coast || Top). Ø 8 cm. ca. 6,5k gold. 1,680CHF ~ Sold. Middle) H. 10cms. 6k gold. 8,400CHF ~ sold. Bottom) Ø 9 cm. 6,5k gold. 2,160CHF ~ sold

Africa | Statue 'Priestess with her entourage' from the workshop of Olowe von Ise from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Likely to have been an altar figure.

Africa | Statue 'Priestess with her entourage' from the workshop of Olowe von Ise from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Likely to have been an altar figure.

Africa | Ibeji Twin Figures from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Wood, glass beads and shells.

Africa | Ibeji Twin Figures from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Wood, glass beads and shells.

Africa | Heddle pulley from the Baule people of the Ivory Coast | Light coloured wood, stained dark.  H:  20,5 cm

Africa | Heddle pulley from the Baule people of the Ivory Coast | Light coloured wood, stained dark. H: 20,5 cm

Tuareg tent peg

Tuareg tent peg

Africa | Equestrian drum from the Baga people of Guinea | Wood, leather, pigment | Used during male initiation ceremonies. Underscoring the primacy of male political power, the stallion was a symbol of power and invincibility.

Africa | Equestrian drum from the Baga people of Guinea | Wood, leather, pigment | Used during male initiation ceremonies. Underscoring the primacy of male political power, the stallion was a symbol of power and invincibility.

Africa | Tunic from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Glass beads, cowrie shells and linen lining | ca. 2nd half of the 20th century

Africa | Tunic from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Glass beads, cowrie shells and linen lining | ca. 2nd half of the 20th century

Benin Plaque.  Relief plaque made of brass cast using the 'cire perdue' (lost wax) technique. Rectangular in form with side flanges (largely missing). Hole...

Benin Plaque. Relief plaque made of brass cast using the 'cire perdue' (lost wax) technique. Rectangular in form with side flanges (largely missing). Hole...

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