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Africa | Cap | 15 x 24 cm (5 7/8 x 9 7/16 in.) | Fiber cloth | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Africa | Cap | 15 x 24 cm (5 7/8 x 9 7/16 in.) | Fiber cloth | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Origin: Ngbandi People, Democratic Republic of Congo              Age: 19th century              Materials: Wood and wicker              Size: 48 1/2" height

Origin: Ngbandi People, Democratic Republic of Congo Age: 19th century Materials: Wood and wicker Size: 48 1/2" height

Africa | Hat / headgear from the Lega people of DR Congo | Vegetal fiber, various shells, buttons, elephant hair and glass beads

Africa | Hat / headgear from the Lega people of DR Congo | Vegetal fiber, various shells, buttons, elephant hair and glass beads

Africa | Ring from the Dogon people of Mali | Brass | helmeted horserider with coiled rope or shield  #Dogon #Mali #Malian

Africa | Ring from the Dogon people of Mali | Brass | helmeted horserider with coiled rope or shield #Dogon #Mali #Malian

Africa | Prestige hat / headgear from the Lega people of DR Congo | Vegetal fiber, buttons, elephant hair

Africa | Prestige hat / headgear from the Lega people of DR Congo | Vegetal fiber, buttons, elephant hair

Africa | Wola, Mbugbu, DR of Congo, Warrior's Shield | Wook, Wicker, Pigment | 51"

Africa | Wola, Mbugbu, DR of Congo, Warrior's Shield | Wook, Wicker, Pigment | 51"

Africa | Hat / headgear from the Lega people of DR Congo | Vegetal fiber, shells and buttons

Africa | Hat / headgear from the Lega people of DR Congo | Vegetal fiber, shells and buttons

60's Glasgow - by Silverstone    wow what a portrait!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

60's Glasgow - by Silverstone wow what a portrait! More

Africa | Head mask from the Baga people of Guinea | ca. late 19th to early 20th century | Wood, fiber and pigment | This type of mask ~ D'mba ~ is worn at important celebrations to ensure growth and fertility not only among the Baga people but also in terms of their crops and livestock.

Africa | Head mask from the Baga people of Guinea | ca. late 19th to early 20th century | Wood, fiber and pigment | This type of mask ~ D'mba ~ is worn at important celebrations to ensure growth and fertility not only among the Baga people but also in terms of their crops and livestock.

Southwest Coiled Basketry Bowl, Apache | Decorated with a radiating pattern |

Southwest Coiled Basketry Bowl, Apache | Decorated with a radiating pattern |

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