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Koré Stick (N° 24000) Deposit sale

Ritual instrument used in the fourth initiatory rank of the Bamana Kore society, Bambara, this cane is named, like the horse mask, Kore Duga or the Kore vulture b>. The name of the mask refers to the satirical behavior of the dancer-jester who straddles the stick during his performance. It has various objects associated with the knowledge dispensed by the Koré, the last initiatory society of the Bamana. The handle has a slightly curved flat seat and is extended by a sculpted head. Black brown patina, erosions and cracks, lack.  

Possibility of payment in 2x (2x 140.0 €)

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OriginCollection française
Height cm68
Width38 cm
Weight1.60 Kg
Estimated datingcirca 1960
Socle includedYes

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