African Tribal Art Wooden Carved statue tribal wood,antique and 125

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller naga_4823 ✉️ (466) 99.8%, Location: Addison, Texas, US, Ships to: WORLDWIDE, Item: 393831710325 African Tribal Art Wooden Carved statue tribal wood,antique and 125. Handmade African Statuette Mangbetu 125 Store Special African items Special African items 86.14$ 150Handmade African Statuette Mangbetu 125statue Ex-collection of Belgian African art. The Zande statuea very wide variety of ritual objects. The statue opposite would constitute the support of the spirit of a female statue. There are similarities with the Mangbetu statue. Frequent contacts with the latter have indeed allowed the diffusion of their culture within the Zande. Oiled black patina. Formerly referred to as " Niam-Niam " because they were considered anthropophagous, the tribes grouped under the name Zande , Azandé , settled on the border of the DRC (Zaire), Sudan and the Central African Republic from Chad. According to their beliefs, man is endowed with two souls, one of which is transformed upon his death into the animal-totem of the clan to which he belongs. Their sculptures have been linked to their secret society since the beginning of the 20th century, the Mani, exalting the importance of women. Their statuettes Yanda, exhibited during divinatory sessions in which the head of the society coated them with paste and blew smoke at them, assume an apotropaic role. On the other hand, they used poison oracles in many circumstances. SIZE Item height -34.3 CM Item width- 13.8 CM SHIPING DHL EXSSPRES Description Videostatue Ex-collection of Belgian African art. The Zande statuea very wide variety of ritual objects. The statue opposite would constitute the support of the spirit of a female statue. There are similarities with the Mangbetu statue. Frequent contacts with the latter have indeed allowed the diffusion of their culture within the Zande. Oiled black patina. Formerly referred to as " Niam-Niam " because they were considered anthropophagous, the tribes grouped under the name Zande , Azandé , settled on the border of the DRC (Zaire), Sudan and the Central African Republic from Chad. According to their beliefs, man is endowed with two souls, one of which is transformed upon his death into the animal-totem of the clan to which he belongs. Their sculptures have been linked to their secret society since the beginning of the 20th century, the Mani, exalting the importance of women. Their statuettes Yanda, exhibited during divinatory sessions in which the head of the society coated them with paste and blew smoke at them, assume an apotropaic role. On the other hand, they used poison oracles in many circumstances. New Featured Items shop nowAfrican mask from the Congo tribe, unique handmade heavy wood making 144$86.14 Was: Previous Price $123.05 shop nowAfrican Masks -BOBO BIRD MASK, 20TH CENTURY, BURKINA FASO 379$107.69 Was: Previous Price $153.85 shop nowAfrican Asante royal STOOL handmade 439$81.07 Was: Previous Price $115.81 shop nowLunda Makishi mask Cote d'Ivoire African Art handmade 315$76.63 Was: Previous Price $109.47 FREE SHIPING Great price DHL fast delivery Listings Feedback Add to Favorites Store Addtowatchlist © 2021 All Rights Reserved Condition: African Tribal Art Wooden Carved, Color: Brown, Tribe: Songye, Maker: African, Material: Wood, Original/Reproduction: Original

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