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Spirit vessel, Ga'anda peoples, Nigeria, Before 1980, Fowler Museum at UCLA, Museum Purchase, X2008.32.1

Spirit vessel, Ga'anda peoples, Nigeria, Before 1980, Fowler Museum at UCLA, Museum Purchase, X2008.32.1

Mangbetu-vessel-Congo

Mangbetu-vessel-Congo

Spirit vessel, Ga'anda peoples, Nigeria, Mid-20th century

Spirit vessel, Ga'anda peoples, Nigeria, Mid-20th century

Anthropomorphic Vessel Luba People Republic of Congo, Central Africa 20th C. Terra Cotta 7'' DIA x 12'' H

Anthropomorphic Vessel Luba People Republic of Congo, Central Africa 20th C. Terra Cotta 7'' DIA x 12'' H

Igbo (Nigeria), Vessel, n.d., ceramic, 12 3/8 x 9 x 9 inches, collection of the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, gift of ...

Igbo (Nigeria), Vessel, n.d., ceramic, 12 3/8 x 9 x 9 inches, collection of the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, gift of ...

Africa | Shield "ngbenbe" from the Ngbandi people of DR Congo | Wood frame, shield corpus of rattan plait and decorated with metal disc || The round iron discs on the front of shields are to be found exclusively on the shields of the so-called "forward fighters", a rank bestowed as a sign of distinction only on especially brave warriors.

Africa | Shield "ngbenbe" from the Ngbandi people of DR Congo | Wood frame, shield corpus of rattan plait and decorated with metal disc || The round iron discs on the front of shields are to be found exclusively on the shields of the so-called "forward fighters", a rank bestowed as a sign of distinction only on especially brave warriors.

Bottle

Bottle

Terracotta Wedding Pot (ikoko igbeyawo) made in Ilafon-Ikiti, Nigeria about 1930. No 72.1.3, Ita Yemoo Museum of Yoruba Pottery, Ile Ife, Nigeria. Height 11", rim diameter, 7 1/8". Used to wash the bride's feet as she enters the husband's house. Photo by Ron du Bois, 1988.

Terracotta Wedding Pot (ikoko igbeyawo) made in Ilafon-Ikiti, Nigeria about 1930. No 72.1.3, Ita Yemoo Museum of Yoruba Pottery, Ile Ife, Nigeria. Height 11", rim diameter, 7 1/8". Used to wash the bride's feet as she enters the husband's house. Photo by Ron du Bois, 1988.

Spirit pot. (Mbirhlen'nda) Ga'anda peoples who live in the hills east of the river Gongola and its main tributary, the Hawal, in Nigeria.

Spirit pot. (Mbirhlen'nda) Ga'anda peoples who live in the hills east of the river Gongola and its main tributary, the Hawal, in Nigeria.

Spirit pot. (Mbirhlen'nda) Ga'anda peoples who live in the hills east of the river Gongola and its main tributary, the Hawal, in Nigeria.

Spirit pot. (Mbirhlen'nda) Ga'anda peoples who live in the hills east of the river Gongola and its main tributary, the Hawal, in Nigeria.

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