Stool Ngala or Poto, 19th-20th century The National Museum of African Art “This stool was carved from a single block of wood. Special attention has been paid to the embellishment of the surface with imported brass tacks. Stools like this one are illustrated in European travelers’ accounts of their visits to Central Africa during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Such stools were the perogative of chiefs or important individuals who could afford the relatively expensive brass tacks used
Africa | A decorated calabash used as a Milk Pot by the Borana or Gudji people of Ethiopia | ca. 1970
fine pair of Vellor worn silver bangles with granulation and filigree from Combitore region of Tamil Nadu , India 19th c (private collection of Linda Pastorino)
Pair of Antique Chinese Coral Sterling Silver Dragon Wedding Bangle Bracelets | eBay
Reminiscent of jade and offsetting the silver craftsmanship adorning it perfectly, the cool smooth glass bangles and their intricate decoration are guaranteed to attract the eye, From Katmandu, Nepal ...
A pair of silver and enamel bracelets from Sindh, Pakistan. Very similar to Multan bracelets but with an unusual mint green color on the bracelets.
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www.africaandbeyond.com. Tonga Stool from Zimbabwe. Decorative sculpture and comfortable to sit on!