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Mali | Iron necklace "amma talu" or "nommo koro" with stone bead from the Dogon people | Pendants of polished stones were called "dugo". They were looked upon as "signs of alliance" between the wearer and a spiritual power. "Hogons" for example, the supreme religious authorities of the Dogon, are priests of Lebe and wear "dugo" necklaces that ally them with this mythic ancestor. | Sold

Mali | Iron necklace "amma talu" or "nommo koro" with stone bead from the Dogon people | Pendants of polished stones were called "dugo". They were looked upon as "signs of alliance" between the wearer and a spiritual power. "Hogons" for example, the supreme religious authorities of the Dogon, are priests of Lebe and wear "dugo" necklaces that ally them with this mythic ancestor. | Sold

Necklace | A beaded necklace from the Dogon people of Mali | Stones and iron | ca. 1950s

Necklace | A beaded necklace from the Dogon people of Mali | Stones and iron | ca. 1950s

Love these leather talismans. Africa | Gris-gris from the Fulani people of northeast Nigeria and Chad | Various leather and metal charms on textile and leather cord

Love these leather talismans. Africa | Gris-gris from the Fulani people of northeast Nigeria and Chad | Various leather and metal charms on textile and leather cord

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