Monkey beggar mbotumbo Baoule - Ivory Coast. Dimensions of 68 x 17.5 x 17 cms. Weight of about 4,450 kg without packaging. Materials: dense wood, patina and traces of sacrificial libations.
Seniority alleged: mid XXth century. Beggars monkeys are an important element of the Baoule statuary.
They are used in a protective purpose. The various offerings made their blood. The regenerate and increase its ability to protect the people. The monkey holds a cup in offering between its front legs.
The patina, crusty, cracked, evidenced by a long tribal use. There are easily enough traces of libation and use of blood to love this piece, many layers. Do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you for visiting +++++++++++++.We do our best to Satisfy all customers. The items are packed with a lot of attention and protection. Count 5 euros per additional item for leurope and 10 for the rest of the world. If you like, we can use other delivery services, such as global relay. Contact us for more informations. The items are packed with great care and protection, in order to reach you in good condition. If you wish, we can use special transportation services uppon request, Such As global relay. Mailing address: maringues, 71800 St. The item \The seller is \This item can be shipped to the following countries: america, europe, asia, australia.