Ivory Coast, Senoufo People, First Half of the 20th Century, Weaving Loom Pulley.

20th century
Tribal Art
From: 37000, TOURS, France

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    Very pretty loom pulley stirrup from the Sénoufo people of Ivory Coast dating from the first half of the 20th century. Made of wood with a brown patina, it is topped with a human head whose appearance is typical of the Sénoufos. This stirrup was intended to hang the ropes of the horizontal type loom at the level of the pulley. The traces of wear on the carrying holes attest to the use and its age.
    Height 15.5 cm (total height 19.5 cm with base). The scale indicator in the last photograph is a small model of a lighter from a brand known to everyone.
    Good condition except for minor wear.
    Reference work: “The masters of sculpture of Côte d’Ivoire”. Quai Branly Museum. Skira, 2015.
    We take particular care with our packaging by using optimum protection. The shipment is made with insurance included. Shipping rates: Metropolitan France: 22 euros, countries of the European Union and Switzerland: 28 euros, countries of Eastern Europe and the Maghreb: 45 euros, United States, Australia, Asia and the rest of the world: 75 euros. You can contact us at 0787869393 or 0953253741.

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    Condition Good
    Ethnic group Senoufo - Senufo
    Style Tribal Art (African Usuels and Rituals items of Tribal Art Style)
    Period 20th century (African Usuels and Rituals items 20th century)
    Country of origin Ivory Coast
    Materials Wood
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
    Location 37000, TOURS, France
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