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D. R. Congo, Pende wood, red and black paint, kaolin, of oval form, tribe-typical facial features with a "snub nose" and visible rows of teeth, raised scarification marks in the area of forehead and cheeks, accentuated by paint, pierced around the rim, min. dam., paint rubbed off in parts, minor missing parts  H: 24 cm H: 9.4 inch  Price: 1300 - 2500 €    Read more: http://www.tribal-art-auktion.de/en/catalogue166/d100_501/#ixzz3OR7c9iBk

D. R. Congo, Pende wood, red and black paint, kaolin, of oval form, tribe-typical facial features with a "snub nose" and visible rows of teeth, raised scarification marks in the area of forehead and cheeks, accentuated by paint, pierced around the rim, min. dam., paint rubbed off in parts, minor missing parts H: 24 cm H: 9.4 inch Price: 1300 - 2500 € Read more: http://www.tribal-art-auktion.de/en/catalogue166/d100_501/#ixzz3OR7c9iBk

Mask "mbuya", D. R. Congo, Pende

Mask "mbuya", D. R. Congo, Pende

Yaka Kakuungu Mask, DR Congo http://www.imodara.com/item/dr-congo-yaka-kakuungu-initiation-mask/

Bid Live on Lot 101 in the African and Oceanic Art (Lempertz Brussels) Auction from Kunsthaus Lempertz.

jewellerycombs | sotheby's n08994lot6vtnxen

Pende Ivory Maskette, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Vili. D. R. Congo

DR Congo lower Congo river, Brazzaville, Vili people mask of wood.

African Carved Wood Mask, Pende, Mbangu mask, with twisted face, pierced at mouth, eyes, and at edge for attachments, one side of face with white pigment, custom stand, ht. 8 1/2 in. Sold for: $1,422

African Carved Wood Mask, Pende, Mbangu mask, with twisted face, pierced at mouth, eyes, and at edge for attachments, one side of face with white pigment, custom stand, ht. 8 1/2 in. Sold for: $1,422

chokwe, lwena, mask, artenegro, african art, tribal, gallery, london

chokwe, lwena, mask, artenegro, african art, tribal, gallery, london

Africa | Mask from the Attie people of the Ivory Coast | Wood and pigment | ca. 1930 or earlier

Mask from the Attie people of the Ivory Coast, ca. 1930 or earlier

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