Bamana Chiwara Antelope Tribal Headdress Statue Mother & Child from Mali Africa. Bambara statue dance headdress of wood. Additional Information statue: Bambara statue dance headdress of wood in the form of an antelope, representing the spirit Chiwara, who introduced agriculture; from Mali. These headdresses statue, attached to a wickerwork cap, are worn by farmers who, at the time of planting and harvest, dance statue in imitation of leaping antelope.
Statue Chiwara, also spelled Chi wara or Tyiwara, antelope figure of the Bambara (Bamana) people of Mali that represents the spirit that taught humans the fundamentals of agriculture. The Bambara honor Chiwara through art and dance.
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AFRICAN MASK LARGE Old african mask Ancient Dan Liberia Tribal art (2691 - N). Songye Male Kifwebe Mask Art Tribal Wood (3633 - R). Songye Male Kifwebe Mask Art Tribal Wood (3656 - P). The item "Bamana Chiwara Antelope Tribal Headdress Statue Mother & Child (70396 J)" is in sale since Friday, May 28, 2021.This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\African\1900-Now\Masks". The seller is "amiteini" and is located in Ghana.
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