Tuesday, October 14, 2014

New Acquisitions at Jacaranda Tribal

Jacaranda Tribal is currently presenting a new online exhibition of fine tribal works from Africa and New Zealand. Sublime figures, finely crafted weapons, and gorgeous utilitarian objects are just some of the items now available, the full range of which can be found below. For more details on these works and many more, visit www.jacarandatribal.com

Figure  -  Ntwane, South Africa  -  Late 19th century

Ladle  -  Herero, Namibia  -  Late 19th or early 20th century

Pair of seated colonial figures  -  Southeast Africa  -  Late 19th or early 20th century

Heddle pulley  -  Senufo, Côte d'Ivoire  -  Late 19th or early 20th century

Goldweight  -  Akan, Ghana  -  19th century

Female figure  -  Dogon, Mali  -  18th or 19th century

Whistle  -  Mossi, Burkina Faso  -  Late 19th century

Mask  -  Kono or Mano, Sierra Leone  -  Early 20th century

Hand axe, patiti  -  Maori, New Zealand  -  19th century

Friction oracle  -  Ndengese or Kuba, D.R. Congo  -  19th century

Dagger-like implement  -  Maori, New Zealand  -  19th century

Hand club, patu onewa  -  Maori, New Zealand  -  18th or first half of 19th century

Headrest  -  Tsonga Shangaan, Zimbabwe  -  Late 19th century

Figural staff  -  Attie, Côte d'Ivoire  -  Late 19th or early 20th century

Images ©James Worrell / Jacaranda Tribal 2014

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