Baule figure – Ivory Coast
18 1/4″ x 7″ x 7″ – $500
Baule figures from Ivory Coast represent a person’s dream world spouse. Problems faced in the daytime world would be discussed &resolved with the help of these spiritual mates, usually given a special place in the hose where food & offerings would be given. (13″x3″x2 1/2″ – $350 each). Rare Ewe kente cloth from Ghana ($400).
(L) Large old Bambara heddle from Mali (12 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ x 3 1/2″ – $250). Two Baule heddle pulleys from Ivory Coast (middle 5 1/2″ x 3″ x 1 1/2″- $150). (R 8″ x 3 1/2″ x 2″ – $190). Block resist dyed indigo Dogon cotton from Mali ($150).
Rare old Attie figures from Ivory Coast. Block resist dyed indigo Dogon weaving from Mali ($150).
Baule Figure – Ivory Coast
(L) Moba Ancestor Statue (R) Baule Dreamworld Spouse, Ivory Coast
Rare Anyi Dreamworld Spouse
Group of four Baule Colons , Ivory Coast
Baule Dream World Spouses, Ivory Coast
Mami Wata – Bozo Puppet, Mali
After long hours of working to finish harvesting fields, villagers come together to celebrate. Puppets are brought out, and competitions are held to find the best performers. Tribal history, customs, and morals are taught through the puppets.
Horse Head Puppet, Mali
Fighter atop Antelope Puppet Head, Mali
Found the missing ear!
Bozo Puppet from Mali
Antique Bronze Mask, Benin
(top) Masai collar worn by married women. The colors & patterns represent clan affiliations, Kenya. (bottom) Kirdi cache sexe, N. Cameroon