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Bura funerary urn
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Remarkable, African Bura art includes three types of archaeological sites in the Niger Valley: sites with necropolises where coffin jars, funerary urns, etc ... Sites with ritual vocations where ceremonies were happening and the religious rites. The habitation sites where we find the usual objects. Herisse in his height of vertical lines composed of small circular reliefs, this conical receptacle was placed in the tomb of the deceased among personal effects like his weapons and clothing that he might need in the afterlife, among his bones and teeth. The piece has the same patterns placed horizontally around the perimeter of its lower base.


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230.00 € 184.00 ( -20.0 %)

Terracotta jar Niger
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French tribal art collection.
Among the achievements of African terracotta art, a traditional women's activity in Africa, this ritual clay vase is one of several terracotta creations and statuettes collected in the inner niger Delta during its survey on traditional African pottery (P.143 to 151 de-u-0022nofollow" href-"https://www.amazon.fr/Africa-hands-world-Jacques-Anquetil/dp/2263036520" hands of the world" by J.Anquetil, ed. Solar ) by 'a href'U'0022https://www.lexpress.fr/information/au-fil-de-la-memoire-621601.html" Jacques Anquetil , african art collector, actor originally, then introduced to weaving at the Dogons, and author of several books. A container for water or ritual pottery used in traditional ceremonies, the balanced proportions of this sculpture reveal the ...


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350.00

Funerary urn Bura Asinda
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The work of the earth in African art.

This urn is in the form of a half sphere surmounted by a protuberance in the form of a head. This antique piece has obviously suffered the effects of time and has been restored. The Bura urns are most often in phallic form, symbol of life, eternity, transmission.


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590.00 € 472.00 ( -20.0 %)

Funerary urn Bura
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African art > African Jar > Funerary urn Bura

The work of the earth in African art.

This spherical funeral urn surmounted by a head is atypical: the urns Bura is in fact most often in phallic form, symbol of life, eternity, transmission. The face overhangs the room has small eyes fixed towards the horizon as well as a nose and a mouth summary. The upper half of the urn is decorated with crenellated liner patterns. The Bura terracottas inherent in African art were discovered less than thirty years ago. Sold piece without TL test.


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490.00 € 392.00 ( -20.0 %)





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