Approx. 1940 - Good condition
PROVENANCE: Francois Rene, Institut Francais Pour Exploration de la Mer, France. Pierre Mondolini, France, Chris Wild, England.
Mask of the Ekpo society, representing Ekong, the war god. The Ekpo masks are used during the ignames festival, and for funerals.
Traces of sacrifice.
Height: 23 cm
Can be viewed or picked up, if so desired, at David Norden's African Antiques Shop in Antwerp.
Sold with a written description of the tribe and with the private opinion of David Norden.
Free delivery. Sent by insured and registered mail with Track & Trace. May also be picked up at David Norden's in Antwerp, by appointment only.
Please note: seller guarantees this product's authenticity.
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