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Africa | A warrior's arm band "errap" from the Maasai people. Carved horn and copper wire | ca. early 20th century | 1250$ ~ sold

A KENYAN CARVED HORN ERRAP Massai, early 20th century 22 inches long (55.9 cm) The arm band of carved horn and copper wire worn by a warrior who has killed a man in battle.

Africa | Bulup (Dance Drum) from the Kuba people of the DR Congo | Wood, hide, wood pegs, copper wire | early 20th century

Africa | A medicine horn containter from the Para or Zigua people, Tanzania | The antelope horn body of this vessel is wrapped in natural fiber rope with a carrying strap. Carved wooden head | ca. early 20th century

Ethnic group : Songye Country of origin : Zaire ( D.R. Congo ) Material : Wood, metal, bell, cloth, rope, feathers, horns, animal skin, unknown substances Approximate age : Early – Mid 20th Century

Eric Lafforgue | Headrests from the Horn of Africa

Africa | Necklace from the Turkana people of the Rift Valley Province in Kenya | ca. 1980 | Animal skin, cowrie shells, hair, hoof, plant fiber and horn.

Senufo/Honda Helmet 5, Ivory Coast

Kenya | Ear ornament from the Nandi people of Kabsabet | Lead metal, copper wire | c. 1928

Africa | Nuer youth with hair plastered with mud into a single forward facing horn. His left arm is bound with metal rings (thiau), a practice which imitates or complements the practice of training a favourite ox's left horn across the muzzle (ma gut), both of which are often done soon after initiation. Southern Sudan, Upper Nile | © Frank D Corfield, ca. 1931 - 1935.

Rare ceremonial arm shield.Kikuyu – Kenya. Circa.Early 20th century.