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The elegantly textured vessel was used to signify rank among titled men of Igbo The container is thought to have been used to serve palm wine to guests at a titletaking ceremony Titletaking vessel midTwentieth Century Northeastern Igbo Nigeria terra cotta 15 by 16 inches All pots illustrated are from the Collection of Keith Achepohl Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago
American Indian BOWL
New Mexico, USA. Painted, coiled
Africa | Palm wine vessel. Ibo - Nigeria (The same type of Palm wine that Okonkwo would've shared with his guests)
IGBO DOOR , Nigeria - nigeria.mycitypor...
Nigeria --- These containers are made from gourds, with a woven surface interlaced with thin metal wire. The white piece protruding from the cap is plastic.
Igbo Mirror 2, Nigeria
Africa | Mask from the Igbo people of Nigeria | Wood and paint
Igbo (Nigeria), Vessel, n.d., ceramic, 12 3/8 x 9 x 9 inches, collection of the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, gift of ...
Africa | Divination bowl "agere ifa" from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Wood, with brown patina, remains of kaolin | These types of bowls were used to keep palm nuts for the Ifa oracle
Igbo ceremonial bell, Nigeria
Africa | Igbo Figure | Nigeria. c. 1950s www.auctionatrium...