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Dinka / Lotuko Sudan neck end (N° 15128)

This piece of furniture, evoking an animal with three graceful slanted feet, and whose center of the oblong tray curves, was intended to preserve the complex headdress of its owner. Its structure simply takes the shape of the branches of the tree. A prestigious object of the nomads also used as a stool, it also affirmed their social status and was part of the dowry of the bride-to-be. Glossy black-brown patina with warm highlights. Little information has been gathered about this animist people, farmers and pastoralists of southern Sudan, living in the Nile Basin. Some of these East African tribes were virtually wiped out by the inter-tribal wars and the Islamic slave trade.  

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Originex-collection anglaise
EthnyDinka
CountrySoudan
Material(s)wood
Height12
Width28
Weight0.45 Kg
Estimated datingmid-xx°

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