Thursday, July 26, 2012

New Acquisitions at Jacaranda Tribal

Jacaranda Tribal is now exhibiting a beautiful group of new acquisitions from a variety of cultures across the African continent.  A trio of powerful figural objects from Côte d'Ivoire, fantastic beaded hides from Tanzania, a group of three miniature Dogon ladders, and a rare beaded sweat scraper from South Africa are among the many highlights in our exquisite selection of mid-summer offerings. 

Explore our new online exhibition for details on these objects and many more.

Figural pair  -  Baule, Côte d'Ivoire  -  Early 20th century
Female figurine  -  Senufo, Côte d'Ivoire  -  Early 20th century
Pipe with horse figure and inlay  -  Xhosa, South Africa  -  Early 20th century

Beaded apron  -  Bayei or Mbukushu, Botswana  -  Early 20th century
Heddle pulley  -  Senufo, Côte d'Ivoire  -  Early 20th century
Beaded sweat scraper (strigil)  -  South Africa  -  19th century
Beaded woman's skirt  -  Iraqw, Tanzania  -  First half of 20th century
Miniature ladders  -  Dogon, Mali  -  Early 20th century

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