• Childs backrest/stool.Ivory Coast

    A child’s stool. Ivory Coast. First half 20th century. Ex private collection UK. H -34 cm. £420

  • Ashante stool

    A fine tall Ashante stool.Ghana. Early 20th century.Good form and height.H –  48 cm L – 56 cm. £750

  • Small zoomorphic stool. Lobi

    A nicely balanced Lobi stool. Burkina Faso .Early 20th century. L – 42 cm. H – 22.5 cm. £450

  • LARGE TITLE STOOL.TANZANIA

    Rare type of stool symbolising rank and title. Hehe tribe. Iringa region. Tanzania. Early 20th century. H -40 cm .D – 51 cm. £650

  • SMALL ELDERS STOOL. KAMBA.KENYA

    Small nicely formed elders stool. Kamba. Kenya. First half 20th century. H -16 cm. £450

  • Prestige stool. DRC/Uganda

    Beautifully formed women’s stool. Mangbetu. Border region DRC and Uganda.Early 20th century. H – 24 cm. £550

  • CEREMONIAL DANCE STOOL.MENDE. SIERRA LEONE

    A rare type of ceremonial dance stool. Mende. Sierra Leone. Beautiful patina with fine markings on the shaft and decorations on the top and under side of the seat.Early 20th century. H- 51 cm. £450

  • Stool with zoomorphic form. Ethiopia

    A unusual early stool formed from the branch of a tree with four supporting legs. Well worn patina,great ‘animal’ presence. Length – 65 cm. £650

  • East African beaded stool

    Kamba, Kenya.A stool with four supporting legs, flat top decorated with small glass beads in attractive design.First half 20th century. H – 39 cm. W – 35 cm. £450

  • Early 20th century Lobi stool

    A fine early 20th century stool with good form and age. Four powerful supporting legs with central phallic form. Lobi people – Burkina Faso.Early 20th century. L -71 cm H – 38 cm. Price  -  £550

  • Ethiopian coffee table

    Decorated with oil colours,green,yellow and red.Now faded and worn but still very beautiful.Traditionally used as a table to serve and present coffee.First half 20th century.Carved from one piece.Ethiopia.H – 37 cm W – 43 cm £580

  • Ceremonial hat. Makonde. Mozambique. First half 20th century.

    Ceremonial hat. Makonde – Mozambique. Bird feathers attached to a circular woven grass frame.Decorated with a strip of early glass beads,red and white with animal hair attached. This hat would have been worn in ceremonials flat ontop of the head as a symbol of importance and prestige. £650

  • Wooden bowl. Afar -Ethiopia

    Probably stone cut from a piece of very heavy dense wood. Organic form with good age and patina. Probably late 19th to early 20th century.Coming from the Afar desert,Ethiopia. Diameter – 37 cm. £240

  • Wooden bowl. Early 20th century. Tuareg – Mali and Burkina Faso

    A lovely old wooden bowl with beautiful form and patina. Early 20th century. Sahara region,Mali or Burkina Faso. L –  58 cm W – 34 cm  .Price – £380

  • Woven storage basket. Southern Tanzania.Mid 20th century or before.

    This type of traditional basket is used to store grain and other dry foods. Made from strips of woven flat fibre in two sections held in shape by a central bark binding and decorated with a abstract designs.Mid 20th century. Haha tribe – Tanzania.  Diameter 40 cm. Height  - 31 cm.Price  -  £570

  • Bamileke mask. Cameroon

    A early 20th century Bamileke mask with great expression. This mask was originally purchased from Christies London in 1974 and then held until recently in a private collection in London. Height – 38 cm. Price on request.  

  • Presentation tray ‘Agakoko’ – Tutsi

    A very fine ‘Agakoko’ presentation tray. Tutsi people, Rwanda. Ex Pierre Loos Brussels. First half 20th century. Diameter – 18.5 cm. £450

  • Bambara animal mask.Ex Joseph Herman collection

    Fine early Bambara animal (hyena) mask. Mali. Weather and worn surface, wonderful and wild animal expression. Holes to the lower jaw and side of mask. This piece originally came from the important tribal collection belonging to artist Joseph Herman. First half 20th century. Price on request. CBCGEOO

  • Large Ethiopian throne. Late 19th/early 20th century.

    A rare form of Ethiopian high backed chair with four curved supporting legs and large in size.Carved from a very dense heavy dark wood. Lovely patina and comfortable to sit in. H – 93 cm. Seat diameter -59 cm. £2900

  • Luvale/Lwena mask.Zambia/Angola

    Female mask. Luvale/Lwena.Zambia. Good expression with fine markings. Ex private collection UK. H – 22 cm. £1250

  • Mother and child figure. Kamba.Kenya

    A fine early mother and child figure. Kamba, Kenya. First half of the 20th century. A mother sitting on a small stool with a baby on her back. Height – 30 cm. £850

  • Nyamwezi figure. Tanzania

    Healing figure. Nyamwezi – Tanzania.Ex private collection Netherlands. H – 39 cm. Price on request.

  • Miniture divination piece.Burkina Faso

    A very fine and early miniature divination piece depicting a embraced male and female. Bronze.Burkina Faso. Height –  5cm. 19th century. Private collection UK. £280

  • Miniature divination piece.Burkina Faso.

    A very fine and early miniature divination piece depicting a male figure. Bronze.Burkina Faso. Height –  5cm. 19th century. Private collection UK. £280

  • Early Makonde female figure

    A fine early female figure.Mozambique. A woman with one hand balancing a pot on her head.The female figure has fine facial scarification’s,typical to the Makonde & a wonderful worn surface patina.Carved from a dense brown wood & decorated in parts (base) with red paint. 1st half 20th cent. H 80 cm. Price on request.

  • Makonde

    Helmet style mask. Makonde. Tanzania and Mozambique.  H –  30 cm. £1200

  • Punu mask.

    A fine early Punu mask.Gabon. Ex Gallery Flak Paris 2001 and private collection Pen Kent, London. First half 20th century.H – 31 cm .SDCGEOO. Price on request.

  • Mende mask.

    A fine Mende ‘Sowei’ mask. Sierra Leone. Serene expression with fine cross hatch hair style decoration. First half 20th century. H –  45 cm. £3800

  • Spiral currency 19th century

    Cross Rivers copper spiral currency. Nigeria. 19th century.L – 20 cm. £650

  • Snuff container.

    Ivory snuff container with beaded top attached with the original chain. Massai – Tanzania/Kenya. H – 7 cm. £590

  • Dogon figure.

    A very early, 19th century or before, Dogon female figure.Mali. Standing upright with typical Dogon poise.Ex European private collection. H – 32 cm. £1900

  • Wooden shield. Rwanda

    A fine wooden dance shield. Rwanda/Eastern DRC. Decorated & now faded with natural pigments of red,black & white following the incised zig zag designs on the front. Native repair to lower section of the shield. The handle,carved in one piece to the body of the shield,shows good signs of use.H – 58 cm. £750

  • Old Sukuma mask. Tanzania

    A very early ceremonial dance mask – Sukuma,Tanzania.Carved from a very hard dense brown wood.The mask has powerful primitive qualities with extensive use. H – 33 cm. £2200

  • Hide shield. 19th century Ethiopia

    Buffalo hide shield. 19th century. Oromo region. Ethiopia. Diameter – 70 cm. £1500

  • Ceremonial knife.’Poto’ – DRC

    Ceremonial knife.’Poto’ Doko culture – DRC. Early 20th cent. H -62 cm. £850

  • Luguru figure

    A fine slender female fetish figure. Luguru – Tanzania. H – 52 cm.  £1700

  • Pende mask

    Pende mask DRC with original costume. Ex private collective Netherlands. £3200

  • Headrest. Dinka – Southern Sudan

    A unusual type of Dinka headrest capturing the shape of a abstract animal.The headrest has a good patina and form. Length – 45 cm. £950

  • Ceremonial hat.PENDE – DRC

    Ceremonial chieftains hat. Pende – DRC. Mid 20th century. £850.

  • Female Ibegi figure

    An early female Ibegi figure with remains of Reckitts blue to the crown shaped coiffure.Deep well handled patina with scarifications to the chest and breasts. Early 20th century. £ 750