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Africa | Hip ornament representing the head of a Benin court official | Edo people, Kingdom of Benin, Nigeria | 18th century | Brass and iron #Nigeria, #culture, #history

Africa, Nigeria, Kingdom of Benin, Edo peoples Hip ornament representing the head of a Benin court official Early century Brass and iron Hood Museum of Art

Africa | Comb from the Baule people of the Ivory Coast | 20th century | Wood

Baule Wooden Comb - Origin: Ivory Coast Circa: th Century AD Dimensions: high x wide

Detailed sculpture dating to the ancient Nok culture. The Nok culture existed over 2,000 years ago in the land that would later be called Nigeria. This culture was known for magnificent terracotta sculptures and the development of iron working.

Detailed sculpture dating to the ancient Nok culture. The Nok culture existed over years ago in the land that would later be called Nigeria. This culture was known for magnificent terracotta sculptures and the development of iron working.

Baule spoon, Côte d'Ivoire

Visit the collections database of the Royal Museum for Central Africa (Tervuren, Belgium)

Superbe statue Luba. Congo Rdc Baluba figure MC0430 Art Africain tribal premier African sculpture www.tribalart.be

Superbe statue Luba. Congo Rdc Baluba figure MC0430 Art Africain tribal premier African sculpture www.tribalart.be

Headrest, Master of Mulongo, Luba peoples Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mid-late 19th century - Wood, oil - National Museum of African Art

Headrest Luba peoples, Democratic Republic of the Congo Mid- to late century Wood, oil In Luba culture, twins are called “children of the moon” and are associated with divination and the spirit world. A Luba headrest supported by two female.

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