Bronze & Bone Sculpture

Tikar tribe Camertoon

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Bamoun - Bamun - Bronze and bone sculpture. The bronze portion of the sculpture serves as the stand. On each piece are various figures of men at work, indicating the daily life of the tribal inhabitants of the tribe.
The bone  portion of the sculpture has fine tribal patterns and various images. The pieces above serve as fine interior decor. The bones are from an animal that was offered as a sacrifice to the ancestors during a ceremony.
Item #: SLF_2200 Length: +/- 35 inches Weight: +/- 7lbs Price: $775.00
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