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A meticulously hand-crafted birdcage, with the distinct pattern found covering the windows of Sidi Bou Said, a romantic town in the north of Tunisia. The cage is made from wire, ...
Benin Bronze Figure of a workman with removable buckets.
If you require any further information, please contact us or item can be viewed at our premises - Ross Old ...
This is a very unusual jewelry box handmade in Africa in the mid 20th century. The top is beautifully inlaid with the initials F.K. in the lid with a simple ...
Unusual large African mask in the form of an elephant.
Hand carved from a single piece of hardwood with dark black finish.
Can be wall mounted or displayed free standing, highly decorative.
Early C20th ebonised hardwood with a leather lined dished seat on carved elephant base.
Here we have 2 similar Moroccan bedside tables which is handmade from hardwood. They have turned finials to each corner. The fronts of the tables are decorated with brass roundels, ...
Large antique African tribal art hand carved hardwood panel.
Relief carved with tribal figures, raised frame border decorated with repeating pattern.
Antique close pair of carved hardwood figures of two seated Yoruba women carrying babies on their backs.
The Yoruba of West Africa are responsible for some of the finest artistic traditions ...
Pair of antique Ethnic Spears. The steel blades with crimped wire shoulders and simple wooden shafts.
This is a well carved African Tribal head mask with scarifications and a good patina.
A very smoothly carved black Jesus with incredible detailed hair.
An African Tribal wood carving of a hand held puppet with a moveable jaw and cheeks which pull down to reveal and close the eyes Circa 1880 to 1900
This is made out of Thuya wood. Thuya is a rare, shrubby conifer, indigenous to southern Morocco and especially the seaside town of Essaouira.
This type of table was given as ...
A well carved African wood head rest with two rings carved underneath possibly for string to hang from a belt not sure which region nice patina Circa 1880 to 1920
Very well carved wood African slingshot nice detail with traces of black pigment Baule Tribe Circa 1880 to 1920
Finely carved African slingshot good detail with traces of red pigment Baule Tribe Circa 1880 to 1920
A shamanic ritual ceremonial carved bone wand used by witch doctors with woven hood Circa 1860 to 1880
These wooden chairs from the RAF base in Uxbridge start from 1927 till 1937. They have been approved by Daniel Stirland Senior Curator: Museums, Archives and Local Studies London Borough ...
Carved African Tribal Chiefs Chair, solid hardwood, cross hatched carving to the back, fixed wooden cups under each arm, carved male & female figures for legs.
Pair of African oil paintings. Pair of oils on panel, African scenes, signed W.H.F, ornate frames.
Dimensions: 55cm x 46cm x 5.5cm
African carved wood fertility figure of a pregnant woman with traces of colour.
Large North African Carved and Brass Decorated Coffer
This is a lovely 19th Century trunk, it is a very heavy piece carved on all sides and overlaid with decorative Brass work
Antique silver mounted tribal dagger north African Tuareg People wonderful quality Circa 1880 to 1910. This is a collectors item and not to be carried in public
African Elephant Comb. Early 20th Century carved comb with stylised elephant finial
These are a decorative pair of African ladies in their traditional costumes.
This is certainly a very eye catching ceramic work of art from Morocco dating from the early 20th Century period around 1920-1930 being hand thrown in terracotta with a dark ...
Offered for sale is this carved African mask.
Offered for sale is this African carved polychrome Tribal head.
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Offered for sale is this African drum made with Zebra skin stretched over a wooden frame. It is on a tripod base of 3 zebra legs/feet. Makes a good sound, ...
These are early 20th Century taxidermy Ostrich leg lamps on black ebonised base.
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