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Pre Biafran War Vintage Ogoni Mask

Pre Biafran War Vintage Ogoni Mask

faces/caricatures-'Uncle Markie'

faces/caricatures-'Uncle Markie'

Adolf Matura, 1973

Adolf Matura, 1973

Bertil Vallien (Swedish, 1938), Kosta Boda, "Head" Sand Cast Glass Sculpture with Internal Ornamentation.

Bertil Vallien (Swedish, 1938), Kosta Boda, "Head" Sand Cast Glass Sculpture with Internal Ornamentation.

Muzeum Karkonoskie - Czechy

Muzeum Karkonoskie - Czechy

VASE UPITÁ Handcutted czech glass

VASE UPITÁ Handcutted czech glass

CACTUS LIGHT Handcutted czech glass light

CACTUS LIGHT Handcutted czech glass light

Nigeria, Ibibio people, early 20th century CE. This is a wooden maskette with an articulated jaw and a naturalistic face; the combed down hair style is characteristic of the Ibibio culture. The face has surprising depth and swirling marks on the jawline; these might represent scarification? Other Ibibio masks, such as one held by the Australian Museum, display similar marks painted on the face. The Ibibio live in southeastern Nigeria on the Niger River Delta. Wealth in this society came…

Nigeria, Ibibio people, early 20th century CE. This is a wooden maskette with an articulated jaw and a naturalistic face; the combed down hair style is characteristic of the Ibibio culture. The face has surprising depth and swirling marks on the jawline; these might represent scarification? Other Ibibio masks, such as one held by the Australian Museum, display similar marks painted on the face. The Ibibio live in southeastern Nigeria on the Niger River Delta. Wealth in this society came…

Nigeria, Ibibio people, early 20th century CE. This is a wooden maskette with an articulated jaw and a naturalistic face; the combed down hair style is characteristic of the Ibibio culture. The face has surprising depth and swirling marks on the jawline; these might represent scarification? Other Ibibio masks, such as one held by the Australian Museum, display similar marks painted on the face. The Ibibio live in southeastern Nigeria on the Niger River Delta. Wealth in this society came…

Nigeria, Ibibio people, early 20th century CE. This is a wooden maskette with an articulated jaw and a naturalistic face; the combed down hair style is characteristic of the Ibibio culture. The face has surprising depth and swirling marks on the jawline; these might represent scarification? Other Ibibio masks, such as one held by the Australian Museum, display similar marks painted on the face. The Ibibio live in southeastern Nigeria on the Niger River Delta. Wealth in this society came…

Japanese wooden Daruma Bodhidharma pattern Edo 18-19th (item #1187918, detailed views)

Japanese wooden Daruma Bodhidharma pattern Edo 18-19th (item #1187918, detailed views)