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Central African Kuba Tribe items including: hair pins; fly wisk handles; red carved box; an ivory trumphet with leather covering; a Kuba divination device;...

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    hair pins; fly wisk handles; red carved box; an ivory trumphet with leather covering; a Kuba divination device; carved figure; and necklace with painted beads some loss ... [more like this]
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    including: small wooden sculpture of a standing man 6'' h.; carved cup with red ceramic inlay 5 1/4'' diam.; rectangular cover to a box geometric design heavy wear 10'' ... [more like this]
  • 19th C. African Kuba Figural Wood Pipe:
    Central Africa, Dominican Republic of Congo, Kuba peoples, ca. late 19th to early 20th century CE. A stunning, hand-carved, wooden pipe used for smoking tobacco displaying ... [more like this]
  • (AFRICA.) African Kuba chief, or "oba's"
    staff. Dark wood, 18- 1/2 inches overall height; 5 inch section at the top with two seated slaves, their hands bound behind their necks; geometrically carved portion at the ... [more like this]
  • 19th C. African Kuba Iron Spear Currency
    w/ Cowbell: Central Africa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kuba or Nkutshu (also Nkutschu) peoples, ca. late 19th to early 20th century CE. A lengthy spear currency piece ... [more like this]
  • Mid-20th C. African Kuba Bushoong Wood Face
    Mask: Central Africa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kasai Province, Kuba peoples, Bushoong subgroup, ca. mid-20th century CE. A hand-carved wooden face mask known as ... [more like this]
  • Late 19th C. African Kuba Wood Female Shrine
    Figure: Central Africa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kuba peoples, ca. early 19th to late 20th century CE. A lovely female shrine figure that is hand-carved from hardwood ... [more like this]
  • Five Central African Weapons, includes two
    axes, a Fang knife, a Kuba copper bladed prestige knife, and a Salampasu sword and sheath, four with custom stands, ht. to 24 in. Estimate $400-600 The absence of a condition ... [more like this]
  • Central African carved wood mask (Pwoom Itok),
    Kuba/ Bakuba peoples, Democratic Republic of the Congo, characteristic cone-shaped eyes, surrounded by pierced holes, painted designs in red, black, and white pigments, cloth ... [more like this]
  • Pair of Early 20th C. Kuba Wooden Initiation
    Figures: Central Africa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kuba peoples, ca. early 20th century CE. A fine set of two stylized male and female anthropomorphic initiation ... [more like this]
  • Vintage African Raffia Kuba Cloth Straw Mat
    Rug: Featured in this lot is a Rug. Raffia is a palm tree native to tropical regions of Africa. The fiber is used for making various clothing, accessories, and mats such ... [more like this]
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    Baskets and Purses: Some from the Ifugao culture, Philippines, ranging in sizes and shapes, eight with covers, two with handles. Together with a Kuba Straw Woven Covered ... [more like this]
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