|Ethnic group/ culture:||Touareg|
|Period:||mid 20th century|
|Condition:||Good condition, used with some signs of wear|
|Sold with stand:||No|
The Tuareg are a fiercely independent, nomadic people. On the move with their herds and camels over vast areas of the southern Sahara, they produce no masks or figures. Instead, they create an impressive world of traditional, abstract, beautiful, functional objects of leather, wood and metal.
Two matching Igem posts were erected outside each Tuareg family’s tent to mark or locate the entrance flap and enhance the doorway.
Provenance: former private collection from Belgium.
Shipping within 24 hours after the payment is received. Tracking number will be provided. Signature upon delivery. Fully insured.
May as well be viewed and picked up at the Asian African Art Gallery in Vessem (NL).
For shipping outside EU zone: due to the length of this item please contact first before order