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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 ...
This is a well carved African Tribal head mask with scarifications and a good patina.
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
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
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.
A very well carved and rare Batak gunpowder horn possibly Rhino Horn Sumatra Indonesia Circa 1700 to 1750
This beautiful and rare oversized hand carved ironwood and rattan Dayak chieftains bowl features 2 large mythical figures that are curved and shaped on each end as handles. This well-proportioned ...
A Maori carved wood Wahaika Taoti war club of hour glass form inlaid with abalone shell New Zealand Circa 19th century good patina
Three Craved Bone Scoops. Largest scoop measurement shown. Medium measures H:11cm, W:2.5cm, D:1.5cm and smallest measures H:8cm, W:2cm, D:1cm. Price is per scoop.
Offered for sale is this carved African mask.
Offered for sale is this African carved polychrome Tribal head.
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This is an unusual carved and painted African tribal wooden figure or doll possibly originating from the Luba people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, presented with red painted ...
A unique 19th Century highly decorative polychrome hand-carved Indian wooden toy-like mobile. The mobile features a central hand-carved figure painted in vibrant pastel colours.
On either side of the ...
These are a pair of carved Tribal African man & woman ethnographic hardwood wall display plaques. This is a stunningly hand carved. Man & woman tribal people. Bought from a ...
This is a stunning vintage pair tribal African men ethnographic warrior dancing statues. Male men figures on slim bases. Enacting a war hunt dance drummer with archer. Excellent ornate detail ...
These are a very good pair of oak Tribal chairs with carved totem backs, bobbin turned arms and ring turned legs, these chairs are in excellent condition with a wonderful ...
This is an old carving, carved in heavy dense wood possibly ebony depicts a male african in chains, stands 36cm high, offering free worldwide delivery.
This antique carved stone idol is a tribal piece. It certainly has some considerable age, but we are unsure of its date. The piece came to us from a sailor ...
These are 24 tribal and folk art spoons from the late 19th Century to early 20th Century comprising spoons and ladles of wood, horn, bone and brass, one dated '1779', ...
This fierce looking beast dates from the 19th Century, he is carved in wood and was originally painted Much of the paint has faded worn away but there is still ...
Fula people or Fulani (Peul in french) are an ethnic group spread over many countries, predominantly in West Africa, but found also in Central Africa and North Africa.
There are lots ...
Offered for sale is this 18th Century antique African anklet in bronze with embossed decoration. Originated from a private museum.
13cms x 9cms
PLACE OF ORIGIN
This is a fine example of soapstone carving from Kenya.
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