• old south African Zulu mask

    Very rare find still ok for its age african zulu mask. Christmas sale starts now, buy now so you wont be dissapointed.
    S$ 35.63
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  • Fang Style Ngontang Face Mask, Central Gabon, Tribal Art, Equatorial African Art

    The ngontang mask symbolizes a ‘young white girl’. Item: Fang Style Ngontang Face Mask Size : 31.5 x 22.5 cm x 20 cm. Origin : Central Gabon (see ethnographic notes below). Fang are principally hunters but also agriculturists.
    S$ 188.06
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  • Punu Okui Mask, Southern Gabon, African Tribal Sculpture, African Art

    Punu masks represent idealized female ancestors' faces. The white color of the mask is genderless; white is a symbol for peace, deities, spirits of the dead, and the afterlife. Therefore the masks were worn during funerals.
    S$ 188.06
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  • Mumuye Iagalaguana Figure, North Eastern Nigeria

    Mumuye artists are famous for their wooden statues known as iagalagana. The Mumuye statuary was discovered in 1968. With no royal system, the Mumuye are organized by age classes and choose a village chief who is assisted by a council of elders.
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  • Fang, Reliquary Figure, Central Gabon, African Tribal Art.

    The bieri would be consulted when the village was to change location, when a new crop was planted, during a palaver, or before going hunting, fishing, or to war. But once separated from the reliquary chest, the sculpted object would lose its sacred value and could be destroyed.
    S$ 188.06
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  • Southern Bakota, Reliquary Statue, Gabon , African Tribal Arts.

    Only the initiates of the lineage had access to this sacred place. A husband could use it to guard against his wife’s infidelity, for it was believed that if he placed pieces of her clothing in the reliquary, an unfaithful wife would be driven mad.
    S$ 386.01
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  • Bakongo Nail Fetish, D.R. Congo, African Tribal Art, African Sculpture

    African Origins has been trading online since 2007. We are constantly on the look out for interesting objects to add to our collection. Where possible, we will specify the provenance of important individual tribal objects.
    S$ 168.26
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  • Fang, Reliquary Figure, Central Gabon, African Tribal Art.

    The bieri would be consulted when the village was to change location, when a new crop was planted, during a palaver, or before going hunting, fishing, or to war. But once separated from the reliquary chest, the sculpted object would lose its sacred value and could be destroyed.
    S$ 188.06
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  • Ashanti Akuba Fertility Doll , Ghana, African Tribal Arts, Figures.

    Item : Asante Akuba Doll. Origin : Ghana. Size : 39 x 11 x 6 cm. Context: Akuba Dolls are used in fertility rites by the Ashanti people of Ghana. (Includes display stand.). The Asante are famous for their ceremonial stools carved with an arched sit set over a foot, referring to a proverb or a symbol of wisdom.
    S$ 217.75
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  • Mumuye Iagalaguana Figure, North Eastern Nigeria

    Mumuye artists are famous for their wooden statues known as iagalagana. The Mumuye statuary was discovered in 1968. With no royal system, the Mumuye are organized by age classes and choose a village chief who is assisted by a council of elders.
    S$ 316.73
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  • Bakongo Nail Fetish, D.R. Congo, African Tribal Art, African Sculpture

    African Origins has been trading online since 2007. We are constantly on the look out for interesting objects to add to our collection. Where possible, we will specify the provenance of important individual tribal objects.
    S$ 188.06
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  • Punu Okui Mask, Southern Gabon, African Tribal Masks, African Art

    Punu masks represent idealized female ancestors' faces. The white color of the mask is genderless; white is a symbol for peace, deities, spirits of the dead, and the afterlife. Therefore the masks were worn during funerals.
    S$ 237.54
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  • Kwele Mask, Gabon, African Tribal Arts, African Masks

    It displays a flat surface and often has a whitened heart-shaped face, a triangular nose, coffee-bean eyes and small or non-existent mouth. The wearer of the gon mask is nude – as opposed to the person dressed in the ekuk, who wears a wide skirt of fibers.
    S$ 188.06
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  • three large African tribal wooden carved masks

    All three for the price of one add to your African.
    S$ 24.25
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    Ending Saturday at 9:21 SGT2d 16hFrom Australia
  • Mangbetu Terra Cotta Figure, D.R. Congo, African Tribal Art

    Ultimate authority over the 40,000 Mangbetu rests with a king whose sons govern the various provinces, which are divided into districts and villages. In the middle of the 18th century the Mangbetu people left the Sudan, they re-located their kingdom in the north-eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
    S$ 316.73
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  • Punu Okui Mask, Southern Gabon, African Tribal Masks, African Art

    Punu masks represent idealized female ancestors' faces. The white color of the mask is genderless; white is a symbol for peace, deities, spirits of the dead, and the afterlife. Therefore the masks were worn during funerals.
    S$ 178.16
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  • Juju Feather Hat, Black, Cameroon, Bamileke, Beautiful High Quality 70 to 80 cm

    We personally hand select each one to ensure they are plush, flat and of the highest quality available. African Origins has been trading online since 2007. We are constantly on the look out for interesting objects to add to our collection.
    S$ 444.41
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  • Chockwe Tshibinda Ilunga Statue, Congo, Angola, African Tribal Sculpture

    Chokwe sculptors were the most famous of the region; there were two types. They were hired by the great chieftainries and worked exclusively for the court. They were famous for their large statues of deified ancestors, exalting strength and dignity.
    S$ 217.75
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  • Batonga, Winnowing, Basket, 49 cm, Zimbabwe, Zambia, African Baskets. R16

    Their striking design and finely woven texture make an interesting modern decor addition whether displayed singularly or collectively. African Origins has been trading online since 2007. We are constantly on the look out for interesting objects to add to our collection.
    S$ 79.13
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  • Benin Bronze Royal Leopard, Nigeria, African Tribal Arts

    The powerful ancient Benin kingdom was founded by the son of an Ife king in the early 14th century AD. It was situated in the forest area of southern Nigeria, 106 miles southeast of Ife. The art of bronze casting was introduced around the year 1280.
    S$ 386.01
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  • Punu Okui Mask, Southern Gabon, African Tribal Masks, African Art

    Punu masks represent idealized female ancestors' faces. The white color of the mask is genderless; white is a symbol for peace, deities, spirits of the dead, and the afterlife. Therefore the masks were worn during funerals.
    S$ 257.34
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  • African wooden central tribal mask

    S$ 19.80
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    Ending Saturday at 9:21 SGT2d 16hFrom Australia
  • Punu Okui Mask, Southern Gabon, African Tribal Masks, African Art

    Punu masks represent idealized female ancestors' faces. The white color of the mask is genderless; white is a symbol for peace, deities, spirits of the dead, and the afterlife. Therefore the masks were worn during funerals.
    S$ 188.06
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  • Buyu Figure, Democratic Republic of Congo and Angola, African Sculpture

    T he Buyu occupy a small area between the Lualaba River and the northwestern end of Lake Tanganyika, in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. When bad luck arrives, they try to understand the will of the ancestors either through dream interpretation or divination.
    S$ 217.75
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  • African carved hard wooden head male

    Beautiful antique hand carved statue in Ebony wood of a male's head. The styling of this piece is from an African country. This is an excellent item to use. Christmas salestarts now, buy now so you wont be dissapointed.
    S$ 19.80
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    Ending Saturday at 9:21 SGT2d 16hFrom Australia
  • African carved hard wooden head female

    Beautiful antique hand carved statue in Ebony wood of a male's head. The styling of this piece is from an African country. This is an excellent item to use. Christmas salestarts now, buy now so you wont be dissapointed.
    S$ 19.80
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    Ending Saturday at 9:21 SGT2d 16hFrom Australia
  • Ovahimba (Himba) Snuff Tube Namibia, South Eastern Angola, African Tribal Art.

    The OvaHimba are a semi-nomadic, pastoral people, culturally distinguishable from the Herero people in northern Namibia and southern Angola, and speak OtjiHimba (a Herero language dialect), which belongs to the language family of the Bantu.
    S$ 346.42
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  • Kuba Palm Wine Cup, Belgian Congo, Old European Collection, Central African Art.

    Context : One way in which Kuba titleholders displayed their wealth and generosity was through the distribution of large quantities of palm wine to their friends and associates. At the court, drinking vessels were a vital accessory of great symbolic value.
    S$ 455.29
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  • Fang, Ngil, Judicial Mask, Central Gabon, African Tribal Art, Sculpture

    Item: Fang Ngil Judicial MaskSize : 39.5 x 16.5 cm x 10 cm. The Fang used masks in their secret societies. Fang are principally hunters but also agriculturists. Their social structure is based on a clan, a group of individuals with a common ancestor, and on the family.
    S$ 217.75
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  • Ovambo Ndoro Knife, Namibia & Angola, Southern African Tribal Art.

    About half of the 2 million Namibians belong to the Ovambo people. Early 20th Cen Ovambo Ndoro Knife.Origin: Namibia (South West Africa). African Origins has been trading online since 2007. We are constantly on the look out for interesting objects to add to our collection.
    S$ 356.32
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  • Bakongo Janiform Nail Fetish, D.R. Congo, African Tribal Art, African Sculpture

    African Origins has been trading online since 2007. We are constantly on the look out for interesting objects to add to our collection. Where possible, we will specify the provenance of important individual tribal objects.
    S$ 207.85
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  • VINTAGE RETRO AFRICAN MAN & WOMAN HEAD STATUES SCULPTURES *HEAVY* SANDSTONE

    SCULPTURES VERY HEAVY . They are old, I know that much.
    S$ 49.49
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  • Mangbetu Trombash Ceremonial Knife, D.R. Congo, Central African Tribal Art

    Ultimate authority over the 40,000 Mangbetu rests with a king whose sons govern the various provinces, which are divided into districts and villages. MANGBETU (GURUGURU, MANGUTU, MOMBOUTTOUS, MONGBUTU, NGBETU).
    S$ 386.01
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  • Shona Head Rest, Zimbabwe, Southern African Domestic Material Culture.

    They are found in Zimbabwe, Botswana and southern Mozambique in Southern Africa and bordering South Africa. Representing over 80% of the population, the Shona tribe is culturally the most dominate tribe in Zimbabwe.
    S$ 257.34
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  • Kwele Mask, Gabon, African Tribal Arts, African Masks

    It displays a flat surface and often has a whitened heart-shaped face, a triangular nose, coffee-bean eyes and small or non-existent mouth. The wearer of the gon mask is nude – as opposed to the person dressed in the ekuk, who wears a wide skirt of fibers.
    S$ 188.06
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  • Lumbo Female Ancestor Figure, Gabon, African Tribal Sculpture, African Art

    (Perrois, 1985). Their masks appear in funerary rituals, initiation ceremonies, and the magical rites whose function is to unmask sorcerers. Item: Lumbo Female Ancestor Statue. Specifications: 41. 5 x 15 x 13.5 cm.
    S$ 257.34
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  • BAT Wonders of the World 1928. Ruins of Zimbabwe, Rhodesia, S.E. Africa

    BAT Wonders of the World 1928. Ruins of Zimbabwe, Rhodesia, S.E. Africa. Wonders of the World. IF I HAVE IT I CAN LIST IT FOR YOU. Series Title Clearing out my spares. 1000s of cards to be listed from cereal cards, sport, cigarette cards and many more.
    S$ 4.94
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  • Punu Okui Figure, Southern Gabon, African Tribal Sculpture

    Punu masks represent idealized female ancestors' faces. The white color of the mask is genderless; white is a symbol for peace, deities, spirits of the dead, and the afterlife. Therefore the masks were worn during funerals.
    S$ 217.75
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  • Manilla, Metal African Currency, Nigeria, African Metalwork

    The Sao civilization flourished in Middle Africa from ca. the sixth century to as late as the sixteenth century. Oral histories add further details about the people: The Sao were made up of several patrilineal clans who were united into a single polity with one language, race, and religion.
    S$ 138.57
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  • African stone carved head / bust,Shona Art Village Elder 13 cm High

    African stone carved head / bust,Shona Art Village Elder standing 13 cm High and weighs 700 grams.
    S$ 17.82
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    Ending 18 Dec at 13:41 SGT5d 20hFrom Australia
  • Teke Power Figure, Congo, Gabon - African Tribal Arts, African Figures

    The Teke often chose a blacksmith as chief – an important person in the community whose profession was passed down from father to son. The diviner, both sorcerer and healer, was also powerful; facilitating retributions, he would render effective the mussassi, personal protective statuettes, and would perform divination in instances of illness or death.
    S$ 188.06
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  • Zulu Late 19th Cen Knobkerrie, Kwa Zulu, South Africa

    The AmaZulu believe that they are the direct descendants of the patriarch Zulu, who was born to an Nguni chief in the Congo Basin area. Shaka was followed by Dingaan, who tentatively entered into treaties with English colonizers.
    S$ 386.01
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  • Fang, Ngil, Judicial Mask, Central Gabon, African Tribal Art, Sculpture

    Item: Fang Ngil Judicial MaskSize : 25.5 x 16.5 cm x 11 cm. The Fang used masks in their secret societies. Fang are principally hunters but also agriculturists. Their social structure is based on a clan, a group of individuals with a common ancestor, and on the family.
    S$ 217.75
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  • Ijo Maternity Figure, Nigeria, African Tribal Arts, African Sculpture

    The Ijo masks for the cults of the water spirits are made in the form of aquatic animals, especially hippopotamus and crocodiles. In addition, there are shrines that contain sculptures for the village heroes and ancestors.
    S$ 79.18
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  • Chockwe Ceremonial Staff with Royal Figure, Angola, African Tribal Sculpture

    Pwo, is an archetype of womanhood, an ancestral female personage who encourages fertility. As an ancestor, she is envisioned as an elderly woman. The eyes closed to narrow slits evoke those of a deceased person.
    S$ 217.75
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  • Shona Head Rest, Zimbabwe, Southern African Domestic Material Culture.

    They are found in Zimbabwe, Botswana and southern Mozambique in Southern Africa and bordering South Africa. Representing over 80% of the population, the Shona tribe is culturally the most dominate tribe in Zimbabwe.
    S$ 217.75
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  • Shona Head Rest, Zimbabwe, Southern African Domestic Material Culture.

    They are found in Zimbabwe, Botswana and southern Mozambique in Southern Africa and bordering South Africa. Representing over 80% of the population, the Shona tribe is culturally the most dominate tribe in Zimbabwe.
    S$ 217.75
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  • Batonga, Winnowing, Basket, 40 cm, Zimbabwe, Zambia, African Baskets. R75

    Their striking design and finely woven texture make an interesting modern decor addition whether displayed singularly or collectively. African Origins has been trading online since 2007. We are constantly on the look out for interesting objects to add to our collection.
    S$ 49.44
    Top-rated sellerFrom Australia