The beete ritual, which lasted for a week, would open with the departure of men into the forest to hunt antelope, whose flesh, seasoned with medicines, had to be eaten at a meal at the closing ceremony. During the hunt, women and children stayed in the village; after one or two days, ekuk masks would leave the forest, enter the village, and invite the people to come dance and sing.Ekuk means both protective forest spirit and children of beete. It displays a flat surface and often has a whitened heart-shaped face, a triangular nose, coffee-bean eyes and small or non-existent mouth. 25 USD I reduce to 10 USD. 30 USD I reduce to 12.50 USD. 35 USD I reduce to 15 USD. 40 USD I reduce to 17 USD. 45 USD I reduce to 19 USD. 50 USD I reduce to 23 USD.
55 USD I reduce to 24.50 USD. 60 USD I reduce to 27.50 USD. I also look the combine weight and reduce further where possible.
The item "African tribal Art, very good kwele statue from DRC" is in sale since Wednesday, July 29, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\African\1900-Now\Masks". The seller is "eastafricaart" and is located in Umujyi wa Kigali. This item can be shipped worldwide.