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Yoruba Ogo Elegba (Eshu Staff), Nigeria http://www.imodara.com/post/89690493269/nigeria-yoruba-ogo-elegba-esu-staff

Yoruba Ogo Elegba (Eshu Staff), Nigeria http://www.imodara.com/post/89690493269/nigeria-yoruba-ogo-elegba-esu-staff

Africa | Doll from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Wood and beads | ca. 1979 or earlier

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Yoruba Egungun (Layewu) Mask, Nigeria

Yoruba Egungun (Layewu) Mask, Nigeria

Yoruba Eshu Shrine Figure, Nigeria .In the Yoruba tradition the god 'Eshu' is a mischievous trickster figure who enjoys confusion on a cosmic scale . Many stories tell of tricks he plays that cause arguments . In one myth he lured the sun and moon into changing places, which upset the cosmic order. 'Eshu' is the god of change, chance, and uncertainty.

Yoruba Eshu Shrine Figure, Nigeria .In the Yoruba tradition the god 'Eshu' is a mischievous trickster figure who enjoys confusion on a cosmic scale . Many stories tell of tricks he plays that cause arguments . In one myth he lured the sun and moon into changing places, which upset the cosmic order. 'Eshu' is the god of change, chance, and uncertainty.

African Yoruba "Ile Ori" or House of Head, Nigeria : Lot 116

African Yoruba "Ile Ori" or House of Head, Nigeria : Lot 116

Yoruba Esu Shrine Figure, Nigeria

Yoruba Esu Shrine Figure, Nigeria

Yoruba Esu Shrine Figure, Nigeria

Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Yoruba Omolangidi (Child's Doll), Nigeria http://www.imodara.com/post/94565396644/nigeria-yoruba-omolangidi-childs-doll

Yoruba Omolangidi (Child's Doll), Nigeria http://www.imodara.com/post/94565396644/nigeria-yoruba-omolangidi-childs-doll

Africa | 'Ibeji' from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Wood, glass beads, cowrie shells and textile

Africa | 'Ibeji' from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Wood, glass beads, cowrie shells and textile

Yoruba Shrine Figure, Nigeria

Bonhams Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers: auctioneers of art, pictures, collectables and motor cars

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YORUBA BEADED FIGURE 25 19.5" high x 8" wide x 9" deep

YORUBA BEADED FIGURE 25 19.5" high x 8" wide x 9" deep

Yoruba Edan Ogboni (Ogboni Society Staff), Nigeria http://www.imodara.com/item/nigeria-yoruba-edan-ogboni-osugbo-staff/

Yoruba Edan Ogboni (Ogboni Society Staff), Nigeria http://www.imodara.com/item/nigeria-yoruba-edan-ogboni-osugbo-staff/

Yoruba Agere Ifa (Divination Cup), Nigeria

Yoruba Agere Ifa (Divination Cup), Nigeria

Yoruba Ogo Elegba (Eshu Staff), Nigeria .In the Yoruba tradition the god 'Eshu' is a mischievous trickster figure who enjoys confusion on a cosmic scale . Many stories tell of tricks he plays that cause arguments . In one myth he lured the sun and moon into changing places, which upset the cosmic order. 'Eshu' is the god of change, chance, and uncertainty.

Staff of wood, leather and cowrie shells.

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