Circa 1960s/1970s, in good condition, strong patina from use
USE: figure of altar used for offerings and libations which subsequently became a medical pot.
POPULATION: Dogon of Mali from the Toro region at the East of the cliff of Bandiagara.
MATERIAL: Caecedra hardwood with crusty patina of wear and libation.
DIMENSIONS: 42 cm.
CONDITION: in good condition, cracks of desiccation due to its age under the base.
RESTORATIONS PERFORMED: none.
This object has an exit permit for the Malian territory issued by the National Museum of Bamako.
This object was acquired from Adama Diarra, former President of Mali antique dealers.
A professional invoice with picture and description as well as a copy of the export authorisation will be included with the parcel.
This piece can be viewed in the Farafi Gallery in Aix in Provence, specialist of the Arts of Mali for over twenty years.
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