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A standing male figure with its arms at its sides; the arms taper to points while the legs terminate in small rounded ends midway down the calves. The figure has pointed rows of hair wrapping vertically around the head from the forehead, like a mohawk with a smaller, similar formation to each side.
Male Figure
Culture: Baule
A painted wooden coffin in the shape of a fish. The fish is painted pink with red stripes near its top, and the fins are painted yellow, with crimson areas where the fins join with the fish's body.
Coffin in the Form of a Fish
Artist: Workshop of Ernest Anang Kwei
Slik wrapper with boarder at the top and bottom. The wrapper has a repeating pattern of red, yellow, and green.
Culture: Asante
The hat is composed of many multicolored fibers, particularly red, green, blue, cream, and orange in a knotted fringe decoration. The top of the hat has a pattern of tight concentric circles.
Prestige Hat
Origin: Cameroon Grasslands
A pair of sandals with a wood block covered in thin silver. There is a prong at the front of each sandal that would go in-between the big toe and the rest of the toes.
Pair of Sandals
Origin: Somalia
A toered comb with nine prongs that is decorated with wire appliqué and beads.
Origin: Somalia
A carved human figure, standing with its arms at its sides. The figure has broad shoulders, prominent breasts, a very narrow torso, and wide hips with stocky, short legs.
Female Figure for Komtin Society
Culture: Montol
A golden necklace with a chain of beads and an elaborate pendant container at the center. This container would hold a passage from the Koran.
Necklace with Amulet Case
Origin: Somalia
Necklace with large stone beads and an elaborate silver pendant. The silver pendant has three inlaid stones, and several round silver bells attached by connected rings.
Origin: Somalia
An iron form including a straight bar with two symmetrical coil shapes on either end of the bar.
Bar Currency
Culture: Matakam