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3010049 Axe

Papua New Guinea - Southern Coast

wood, wedge-shaped rattan base for insertion of the greenish blade, good condition

L: 55,5 cm (Schaft); L: 38 cm (Oberteil)
L: 21.9 inch (Schaft); L: 15 inch (Oberteil)

Provenance
Eckert, Munich, Germany

Price: 1500 € plus 19 % commission, VAT, transport and insurance

3014287 Shield

Burundi

light brown wood, red, white and black paint, thornlike projection in the centre, painted with half circles and triangles, decorated with semicircular and triangular ornaments, drilled holes (for attachment of the handle), slightly dam., fine cracks

H: 37 cm; B: 32 cm
H: 14.6 inch; B: 12.6 inch

Literature
Zirngibl, Manfred A. & Dieter Plaschke, Afrikanische Schilde, München 1992, p. 81, ill. 71

Price: 100 € plus 19 % commission, VAT, transport and insurance

3014592 Circular dish

Philippines - Luzon, Batad Village

light-weighted wood, brown patina, traces of usage, ring-shaped base, three hollows, the big one in the middle used for rice, the two smaller ones for side dishes, two holes on the rear for hanging up on the wall for drying, slightly dam., cracks, traces of insect caused damage; used to be inherited from one generation to the next, nowadays only rare to be found!

D: 32 cm, ~ 1900
D: 12.6 inch, ~ 1900

Price: 150 € plus 19 % commission, VAT, transport and insurance

3017912 Divination board with bird

D. R. Congo, Luba

light-weighted wood, small residues of kaolin, black and red pigment, rectangular board with rounded edges, incised diamond-shaped pattern with parallel striations, a half-spherical protruding birds head in the centre, showing concentric eyes, framed by abrus beans (nearly completely missing right hand side), a pierced beak with grooves underneath, slightly dam., crack, paint rubbed off

H: 37,5 cm
H: 14.8 inch

Price: 420 € plus 19 % commission, VAT, transport and insurance

3018412 Prestige bowl

Cameroon

wood, dark, partly encrusted patina, circular base, open worked spider motif, the actual vessel decorated with rhomb-shaped ornaments; probably this bowl was used to keep kola nuts.

H: 23,5 cm
H: 9.3 inch

Literature
Northern, Tamara, Expressions of Cameroon art, p. 36, ill. 24

Price: 80 € plus 19 % commission, VAT, transport and insurance

3018413 Prestige stool

Cameroon Grassfields

wood, brown patina, black paint, ring-shaped base, hollowed seat, four human caryatid figures, min. dam., fine cracks, small missing pieces; n the Cameroon Grasslands stools are important regalias of the chief.

H: 38 cm
H: 15 inch

Literature
Dagan, Esther A., Man at Rest, Montreal 1985, p. 46, ill. 121

Price: 650 € plus 19 % commission, VAT, transport and insurance

3018415 Mask

Nigeria, Ibibio

wood, stained brown patina, encrusted in some areas, remains of kaolin, open worked eyes with lowered lids, calm self-contained expression, pierced around the rim, min. dam., insect caused damage, missing piece at the upper rim; in size and form this mask reminds of the "elu" masks of the neighbouring Ogoni.

H: 20 cm
H: 7.9 inch

Literature
Wittmer, Marcilene K., Arnett, William, Three Rivers of Nigeria, Atlanta 1978, p. 66, ill. 153

Price: 300 € plus 19 % commission, VAT, transport and insurance

3018417 Mask with horns

Nigeria, Idoma

wood, greyish brown patina, see holes underneath the eyes, pierced around the rim, dam., abrasion of paint, missing parts through insect caused damage, fissures, one horn tip broken

H: 51 cm
H: 20.1 inch

Price: 500 € plus 19 % commission, VAT, transport and insurance

3018420 Ancestor figure

Nigeria, Oron

light brown wood, matt stained patina, post-like body, reduced facial features with beard and headgear, min. dam., insect caused damage, traces of weathering, base; ancestors were not only remembered or represented by masquerades, but were actually represented in carved images which were kept in the ancestral shrines. When occassion demanded, sacrifices were offered to them for, though dead, they were still members of the lineage. The style of their carving is unique and unparalleled anywhere else in the country.

L: 50 cm
L: 19.7 inch

Literature
Ekpo Eyo, Two Thousand Years Nigerian Art, Lagos 1977, p. 217

Price: 200 € plus 19 % commission, VAT, transport and insurance

3019294 Face mask

Cameroon Grassfields, Bafo

wood, painted in black and red, laughing, teeth revealing mouth, superstructure in shape of a narrow mask face with tubular protruding eyes, insect caused damage, missing parts (chin, head crest), cracks, fixation of superstructure renewed

H: 38,5 cm
H: 15.2 inch

Price: 240 € plus 19 % commission, VAT, transport and insurance

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