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Siglo XIX ,artesania de Mozambique

Headrest, century South Africa or Mozambique; Tsonga people / Wood (Metropolitan Museum of Art).

A South African North Nguni/Tsonga Carved Wooden Headrest (1800 to 1900	 South Africa)   Dimensions 18.50cm wide 13.00cm high 10.00cm deep (...

A South African North Nguni/Tsonga Carved Wooden Headrest to 1900 South Africa) Dimensions wide high deep (.

African Art - Tribal Art - African Tribal Art – Zulu Art

African Art - Tribal Art - African Tribal Art – Zulu Art

LARGE-AND-SCULPTURAL-DINKA-TRIBE-HEADREST-WITH-MULTIPLE-LEGS

LARGE-AND-SCULPTURAL-DINKA-TRIBE-HEADREST-WITH-MULTIPLE-LEGS

Appui-nuque Luba - République Démocratique du Congo Bois - H.: 12,5 cm - Larg de l'assise: 16 cm La base circulaire sculptée et gravée est surmontée d'un petit siège quadripode, d'une petite colonne torsadée… - Eve - 08/12/2014

Appui-nuque Luba - République Démocratique du Congo Bois - H.

HeadRest, c. 1910 Southern Africa, Zimbabwe/Mozambique, Shona wood, Overall - h:13.40 w:17.80 cm (h:5 1/4 w:7 inches).

HeadRest, c. 1910 Southern Africa, Zimbabwe/Mozambique, Shona wood, Overall - cm inches).

Tsonga neckrest

South Africa, Tsonga neck rest wood, middle brown patina with remains of black paint, flat rectangular base supporting a strut in openwork design, ca.

Headrest - Ethiopia

Ethnographic Category List of Antiques, With Information and Images (Page

OLD ETHIOPIAN COLLECTION - C - Headrest Neckrest Appui nuque Somali Boni in Antiques, Ethnographic Antiques, African | eBay

OLD ETHIOPIAN COLLECTION - C - Headrest Neckrest Appui nuque Somali Boni in Antiques, Ethnographic Antiques, African | eBay

APPUIE-NUQUE MFINU, RÉPUBLIQUE DÉMOCRATIQUE DU CONGO Bois dur à patine brune brillante nuancée rouge, clous tapissier H. 15 cm MFINU NECKREST, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO H. 5.9 in Provenance: - Collection… - Binoche et Giquello - 19/05/2016

Bid Live on Lot 47 in the African and Oceanic Art Auction from Binoche et Giquello.

Headrest, 19th–20th century  Zimbabwe; Shona peoples  Wood.  The Met Museum of Art History.  via Sam Pryor

Shona peoples Wood 5 x 6 x 2 in. x x cm) The use of headrests in southern Africa has been traced ba.

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