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Gelede Headdress, Yoruba People, Nigeria, circa 1920s
Gelede festivals honor the creative and dangerous power of women elders, female ancestors and goddesses known as "our mothers". The Gelede headdress often consists of two parts, a lo...
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Early 20th Century Nigerian Tribal Tribal Art

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Wood

Gelede Headdress, Yoruba People, Nigeria, circa 1950s
Gelede festivals honor the creative and dangerous power of women elders, female ancestors and goddesses known as "our mothers". The Gelede headdress often consists of two parts, a lo...
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Mid-20th Century Nigerian Tribal Tribal Art

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Wood

Gelede Headdress, Yoruba People, Nigeria, circa 1950s
Gelede festivals honor the creative and dangerous power of women elders, female ancestors and goddesses known as "our mothers". The Gelede headdress often consists of two parts, a lo...
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Mid-20th Century Nigerian Tribal Tribal Art

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Wood

Polychrome Wood Gelede Headdress, Yoruba People, Nigeria, circa 1940s
Gelede festivals honour the creative and dangerous power of women elders, female ancestors and goddesses known as "our mothers". The Gelede headdress often consists of two parts, a l...
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Mid-20th Century Nigerian Tribal Tribal Art

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Wood

Yoruba Nigeria African Royal Beaded Headdress Crown on Lucite Stand
West African hand beaded head dress crown from Yoruba, Nigeria. This artistic beautiful and functional art piece is covered with beads in ivory, red, blue, green, yellow and black c...
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Mid-20th Century Nigerian Tribal Tribal Art

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Fabric, Beads

Miao Minority Tribe Headdress, Pom-Poms & Tassels
Miao Minority tribe headdress with beads, silver pendants, pom-poms, and tassels from the mid 20th century on a custom black painted metal mount.   
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Mid-20th Century Chinese Other Tribal Art

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Metal, Silver

Yoruba Nigeria African Royal Beaded Headdress Crown on Lucite Stand
West African hand beaded head dress crown from Yoruba, Nigeria. This artistic beautiful and functional art piece is covered with beads in turquoise, orange, green, yellow red, blue ...
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Mid-20th Century Nigerian Tribal Tribal Art

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Metal

Yoruba Nigeria African Red Royal Beaded Headdress Crown on Lucite Stand
West African hand beaded head dress crown from Yoruba, Nigeria. This artistic beautiful and functional art piece is covered with beads in ivory, red and black colors with faces bird...
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Mid-20th Century Nigerian Tribal Tribal Art

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Metal

Brazilian Kayapo White Feather Headdress
A breathtaking display of color and texture, this round feather headdress is a ceremonial headpiece of the Kayapo people, an indigenous group of the Amazon basin. Sourced from native...
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Early 20th Century Brazilian Tribal Wall-mounted Sculptures

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Cotton, Lucite, Feathers

  • Brazilian Kayapo White Feather Headdress
  • Brazilian Kayapo White Feather Headdress
  • Brazilian Kayapo White Feather Headdress
  • Brazilian Kayapo White Feather Headdress
H 22 in. W 20 in. D 3.25 in.
African Yoruba Painted Gelede Headdress
This painted mask was created by the Yoruba People of western Nigeria, and was worn during a tradition known as Gelede. A blend of ritual and artistic spectacle, Gelede pays homage t...
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Mid-20th Century Nigerian Tribal Wall-mounted Sculptures

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Wood

  • African Yoruba Painted Gelede Headdress
  • African Yoruba Painted Gelede Headdress
  • African Yoruba Painted Gelede Headdress
  • African Yoruba Painted Gelede Headdress
H 11.75 in. W 8.5 in. D 6.5 in.
Baga a-Bamp Bird Headdress with Canoe
This graceful sculpture of a long-necked bird is a headdress known as "a-Bamp," worn during ritual masquerades of Baga adolescents in Guinea. With strong themes of defiance, these ma...
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Mid-20th Century Guinean Tribal Animal Sculptures

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Wood

  • Baga a-Bamp Bird Headdress with Canoe
  • Baga a-Bamp Bird Headdress with Canoe
  • Baga a-Bamp Bird Headdress with Canoe
  • Baga a-Bamp Bird Headdress with Canoe
H 43.25 in. W 11.75 in. D 18 in.
Mid-20th Century Multi-Color Nigerian Beaded Headdress
Multi-color beaded ceremonial headdress from Nigeria mounted on a custom metal stand, mid-20th century.
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Vintage 1940s Nigerian Tribal More Folk Art

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Metal

Brazilian Kayapo Blue Feather Headdress
A breathtaking display of color and texture, this blue feather headdress is a ceremonial headpiece of the Kayapo people, an indigenous group of the Amazon basin. Sourced from the hya...
Category

Early 20th Century Brazilian Tribal Wall-mounted Sculptures

Materials

Cotton, Lucite, Feathers

  • Brazilian Kayapo Blue Feather Headdress
  • Brazilian Kayapo Blue Feather Headdress
  • Brazilian Kayapo Blue Feather Headdress
  • Brazilian Kayapo Blue Feather Headdress
H 42 in. W 36 in. D 3.25 in.
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