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Headdress: Male Antelope (Ci Wara) Date: 19th–early 20th century Geography: Mali, Bamako region Culture: Bamana peoples Medium: Wood, metal bands, thread Dimensions: H. 35 11/16 x W. 15 3/4 x D. 3 3/8 in. (90.7 x 40 x 8.5 cm)
Bamana Chi Wara Headdress
Africa | Mask from the Mossi people of Burkina Faso | 20th century | Wood and pigment
People Of The World
Population Du Monde
Africa | Yoruba chief (Oba), Nigeria, wearing a beaded crown | Photographer unknown.
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Africa | Mask (Mukenga) Kuba Western Kasai region Democratic Republic of the Congo Late 19th-20th century CE Wood glass beads cowrie shells feathers raffia fur fabric string and bells | Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.
Africa | Man's Prestige hat from the Bamun or Bamileke people of Cameroon | 20th century | Cotton and wool, crochet
Lega ceremonial hat, artenegro, gallery, african art
Animal Masquerade Masks
Africa | Headdress / hat from the Bamileke people of Cameroon | Glass beads sewn over cotton and wood | 20th century
Africa | 'Chiwara'; Antelope headdress from the Bamana people of Mali | Wood and pigments | ca. 1960s or earlier
Africa | The Egungun wear flamboyant sequin-spangled capes adorned with animal and human motifs. Their faces were veiled by cowry shell screens and it is said to be bad luck if you see their eyes. Eyewitness: Voodoo style, Ouidah, Benin. | © Dan Kitwood
People Around The World
Zulu man, South Africa
Pablo Sarmiento Polo
Africa | Prestige hat ~ mpaan ~ from the Kuba people of DR Congo | Palm-leaf fiber textile, cotton textile, cowrie shells, and glass beads | 20th century
Africa | Chief's hat from the Ekonda people of northwestern DR Congo | Vegetal fiber, natural pigments and brass disc | ca. early 1900s | Price on Request
Yoruba Egungun Costume 1, Nigeria
Ndebele tribal wear, South Africa..Incredible patterns and colors...golden leg bangles
Africa | Detail from a beaded crown from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | 20th century | Imported glass seed beads and fabric
Africa | Bamileke Titleholder's Hat. Cameroon Grasslands | Early 20th century | Materials; Cotton, trade wool, wood pegs ~ Crochet technique
Africa | Kwoho dancers. Edo region, Nigeria. Early 1900s. | Photographer; Thomas Northcote.
Tiaras And Crowns
Semi Precious Beads
Africa | Yoruba Crown | early 20th century | Glass beads and cotton | The Obas, or kings, of the Yoruba wear beaded caps (orikobofo) on informal occasions and for certain public ceremonies. This example is modeled on a European crown but also displays the Yoruba royal bird (okin).
Yoruba Beaded Crowns ARCHIVES, Nigeria
Yoruba (Nigeria) beaded crown