African Nyabwa Mask made of wood, horns and fabric, from the Bété ethnic group of Ivory Coast
Collected in the region of Daoula, in the centre-west of Ivory Coast -
This African Nyabwa spider mask from the Bété tribe of Ivory Coast is fascinating and magnificently carved.
The face is behind the horns. This type of mask was used during peace ceremonies, held after an armed conflict. It is also used to frighten the potential enemy during ceremonies held to encourage the warriors before going to combat, but also for the return of hunters, in case of successful hunting. The mask offer have magical protection.
Objects are sent by insured shipment with track & trace.
Items are sent with a professional invoice.
The company is VAT free.
Express and protected shipment. Parcels are sent from Monday to Saturday, via an express parcel service (Colissimo) of the French Post, with track & trace. The shipment takes between 2 and 3 days for France; 2 and 5 days throughout Europe.
You can view and/or pick up the object in Ajaccio, 20090 France.
- Grupo étnico/cultura
- Región / país
- Costa de Marfil
- Cuerno, Madera, Paño
- mediados del siglo XX
- Vintage - usado con señales de desgaste
- Se vende con soporte
- 36×26×34 cm