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6911

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    Wobe or We (Ngere) Wooden Face Mask

    Wobe or We (Ngere) People, Ivory Coast
    early 20th century

    height: approximately 27.5cm, width: 20.5cm, depth: 18.5cm, weight: 1,700g

    Provenance

    private estate collection, UK.

    4624

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      Cast Brass Senufo Ring

      Senufo People, Ivory Coast
      19th or early 20th century

      weight: 19.6g, ring size: 10.75 (US), V/V (UK)

      Provenance

      UK art market

      4279

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        Chief’s Bronze ‘Tiered’ Anklet with Bells

        Gio or Dan & Wee People, Liberia & Cote d’Ivoire
        19th century

        outside diameter: 11.5cm, inside diameter: 7.5cm x 8.5cm, height: 4.3cm, weight: 517g

        Provenance

        UK art market

        3001

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          Baule Bronze Currency Anklet

          Baule People, Ivory Coast
          19th century-early 20th century

          height: 26cm (without stand); 37cm (with stand); width: 25cm, depth: 14.4cm

          Provenance

          UK art market

          3115

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            Fine, Carved Wooden Baule Catapult

            Baule People, Ivory Coast
            probably 19th century

            height (not including stand): 16cm, width: 6.5cm

            Provenance

            acquired from the estate of Dr Peter Sharratt (d. 2014). Sharratt was a linguist and lecturer in the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures at the University of Edinburgh who published on Renaissance French sculpture. In his private life, he was an avid collector of tribal art, building up his collection over fifty years. During that time, he bought from UK dealers, collectors and auction houses.