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Mangbetu Woman's Ornament "Negbe" DR Congo first half 20th century. Collected by The Missionary Sisters of Namur Brought to Belgium in 1959 Size:  14" x 9 1/2"  ( 36 x 24 cm)

egbe) Uele region, northeast DR Congo Plant fibers (including raffia, plantain leaves) Embroidery and appliqu.

Congo Old African Negbé Cache - Sexe Anciene Mangbetu D ' Afrique Afrika Kongo

Congo Old African Negbé Cache - Sexe Anciene Mangbetu D ' Afrique Afrika Kongo Photos and Information in AncientPoint

Mangbetu Ornament, negbe, (pl. egbe) Uele region, northeast DR Congo Plant fibers (including raffia, plantain leaves) Embroidery and appliqu...

egbe) Uele region, northeast DR Congo Plant fibers (including raffia, plantain leaves) Embroidery and appliqué Early century wide x high x 28 cm)

Africa | Mangbetu people, DR of Congo | Women's Back Apron  | Before 1950 |  Banana leaves and raffia cordage

Women's Back Apron (negbe, pl. egbe) Date:Before 1950 Geography:Democratic Republic of the Congo Culture:Mangbetu peoples Medium:Banana leaves and raffia cordage (visual estimates) Dimensions:W.

Lady's Bustle (Negbe) and Front Piece      Culture: Mangbetu     Medium: Banana leaf, raffia     Dates: early 20th century     Dimensions: 9 x 12 3/8 in. (22.9 x 31.4 cm  Brooklyn Museum, Museum Expedition 1931, Robert B. Woodward Memorial Fund

Lady's Bustle (Negbe) and Front Piece Culture: Mangbetu Medium: Banana leaf, raffia Dates: early century Dimensions: 9 x 12 in. x cm Brooklyn Museum, Museum Expedition Robert B.

PRON AFRICAN ETHNOGRAPHIC COLLECTION Catalog No: 90.1/ 1524 Field No: 681 Culture: MANGBETU Locale: MEDJE Country: CONGO (BELGIAN CONGO) Acquisition Year: 1915 [EXPEDITION] Donor: LANG, HERBERT  Expedition Field Notes: EBU. Worn behind and NEKAKA worn in front of the NOGIBWE (See No. 211). The NEKAKA is always folded in the upper portion as it is pushed over the NOGALEA (See No. 191). The upper slightly overlapping portion of the NOGITWE hiding usually the upper edge of the NEKAKA.

PRON AFRICAN ETHNOGRAPHIC COLLECTION Catalog No: 90.1/ 1524 Field No: 681 Culture: MANGBETU Locale: MEDJE Country: CONGO (BELGIAN CONGO) Acquisition Year: 1915 [EXPEDITION] Donor: LANG, HERBERT Expedition Field Notes: EBU. Worn behind and NEKAKA worn in front of the NOGIBWE (See No. 211). The NEKAKA is always folded in the upper portion as it is pushed over the NOGALEA (See No. 191). The upper slightly overlapping portion of the NOGITWE hiding usually the upper edge of the NEKAKA.

Africa | Mangbetu people, DR of Congo | Woman's ornament Uele Region | Size: 14"  x 10 1/4'  (36 x 26 cm)

Mangbetu Woman's ornament Uele Region, northeast DR Congo Size: x 10 x 26 cm) From the collection of The Missionary Sisters of Namur, Belgium

"Negbe" back apron, MANGBETU women's clothing, Democratic Republic of the Congo, ca. 1954. Banana leaf, raffia

"Negbe" back apron, MANGBETU women's clothing, Democratic Republic of the Congo, ca.

Mangbetu Womans Ornament (Negbe, pl. Egbe) Uele Region, Northeast DR Congo Plant fibers including raffia, plantain leaves Embroidery and applique Early 20th century

Egbe) Uele Region, Northeast DR Congo Plant fibers including raffia, plantain leaves Embroidery and applique Early century Size: x 10 x 27 cm)

Kuba Male Titleholder's Skirt  Possibly Ngoombe or Dengese peoples  DR Congo, Kasai Region  First half 20th c.  Raffia, natural dyes including pterocarpus (tukula); applique and reverse applique    Size: 238 x 24 inches  (605 x 61 cm)

Kuba Male Titleholder's Skirt Possibly Ngoombe or Dengese peoples DR Congo, Kasai Region First half c. applique and reverse applique Size: 238 x 24 inches x 61 cm)

Africa | D: 33,5 cm; 29,5 cm  Provenienz Belgian Colonial Collection  Vergleichsliteratur Ginzberg, Marc, Afrikanische Formen, Mailand 2001, p. 241

Africa | D: 33,5 cm; 29,5 cm Provenienz Belgian Colonial Collection Vergleichsliteratur Ginzberg, Marc, Afrikanische Formen, Mailand 2001, p. 241

Africa | Bark cloth from the Mangbetu women of Niangara, DR Congo | Barkcloth and piment | ca. 1915

Africa | Bark cloth from the Mangbetu women of Niangara, DR Congo | Barkcloth and piment | ca. 1915

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