Wednesday, December 21, 2011

New Acquisitions at Jacaranda Tribal

A beautiful new group of African antiques is now available at Jacaranda Tribal. Ranging from snuff gourds to masks and implements of war, our diverse range of new acquisitions offer a wealth of gorgeous textures and forms from across the African continent. South African works predominate in the assemblage, joined by objects representing cultures from Nigeria, Ethiopia, Zambia, and the Congo. Seen below are a selection of this season's offerings. The full range of new acquisitions in on view at our website (link below).

Ibibio ekpo society mask
Nigeria - Early 20th century

Kota knife with sheath
 Congo - Late 19th or early 20th century

Ethiopia - 20th century

Ndebele fertility doll
South Africa - Early 20th century

Zulu beadwork panel
South Africa - Late 19th or early 20th century

Zulu beaded neckpiece
South Africa - Late 19th or early 20th century

Nyakusa pot
Tanzania or Zambia - 20th century

Visit us on the web for more details on our new acquisitions and much, much more.

Happy holidays!

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