African Tribal Mask

African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378


African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378
African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378
African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378
African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378
African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378
African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378
African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378
African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378
African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378
African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378
African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378
African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378

African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378    African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378

African Mask Bakota-43.5/22.7 CM. This African African Tribal Art Mask has been intricately metal worked with brass and wood. A Bakota African Tribal Art Mask would be used for festivity and celebration. The Bakota are noted for their copper and brass reliquary guardian figures, which are part of a powerful religious and mystical order known as Bwete.

The African African Tribal Art Mask Bakota Statue would usually feature the characteristics of an elderly man with a small beard, whereas in this case the missing beard and side locks would point to this statue being a woman. The exaggerated fore head and large hair style would symbolize her strength. The Bakota African Tribal Art Mask has the significance of Kingship, a ceremonial tribal African Tribal Art Mask representing the longevity and reign of the King Mask.

The true meaning of Bakota is unclear, however it may be derived from the word kota, which means to bind/to attach/to link, hereby suggesting they view themselves as a united people bound by a common fate. New listing African Tribal Art Wooden Carved Mask Plank Mask: Nwantantay, Bwa (Bobo) 1373.

New listing African Tribal Art BOBO MASK, BURKINA FASO-Mask Wooden Carved Mask 1377. New listing Hand Carved Tribal Mask African Art 72.1 cm, special handmade carving, 174. Hand Carved Tribal Mask African Art SENUFO "FIRESPITTER" JANUS HELMET MASK 1350. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\African\1900-Now\Masks".

The seller is "spirits-speak" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to Canada.
  1. Country/Region of Manufacture: Gabon
  2. Culture: African
  3. Handmade: Yes
  4. Modified Item: No
  5. Provenance: Ownership History Not Available
  6. Time Period Manufactured: 1600-1900

African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378    African Tribal Art MHand Carved Tribal Mask African Art African Mask Bakota 1378