Three African items: Bamana door lock, pair of Yoruba ibeji figures
Lot 4607
Three African items: Bamana door lock, pair of Yoruba ibeji figures
Sold for US$ 763 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
Three African items:
a pair of Yoruba ibeji, Nigeria and a Bamana figural doorlock, Mali,
height 11 ¼, 11 and 18 3/4in
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