• Presentation tray ‘Agakoko’

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

  • Lozi food bowl

    This food bowl from the Lozi in Zambia is depicting a duck.Many such bowls represented animals that could be found on the banks of the Zambezi River. Its wings are elegantly carved and finely decorated. It comes in two parts,the bottom section is the container for the food being stored. L –  43 cm. £650

  • Finely decorated palm wine cup

    A finely decorated early royal palm wine cup.Kuba kingdom,DRC. Early 20th century with typically fine overlapping crisis cross decorations.Lovely patina and in good condition.£580

  • Headrest B

    An early Dinka headrest, curved in form with a woven leather strap. The structure of the headrest is carved with downturned and upturned ‘lugs’ thought to represent a cow’s udder. The headrest has a deep well-used patina on the surface.Length 46.5 cm. price  - £950 -

  • Headrest J

    Ethiopian headrest with elegant form and with fantastic patina.H – 12 cm. £350

  • Staff handle

    A fine ivory fly wisp or staff handle depicting  Madonna. Late 19th to early 20th century. Dem. Republic Congo. Ex-private collection UK.H – 10 cm. £950

  • Makonde FIGURE

    A finely carved Makonde figure depicting a traditional hunter holding a gun and calabash strapped to his shoulder.Mozambique. Early 20th century.Ex private collection UK.H – 18 cm. £580

  • Fine early Mumuye figure

    A fine Mumuye figure coming from the private collection of Jonathan Lowen, London.Wonderful form and surface patina. H – 110 cm. Price on request.

  • Iron shield

    An early 20th-century iron shield from the Lake Turkana region.Iron with aluminium strip and handle at the back. Height  -  894cm on a metal display stand.Price – £850.

  • Turkana shield

    Tall hide shield. Coming from the northern region of Kenya. Lake Turkana region. Turkana tribe. Nicely formed in good condition. Early part 20th century. H – 132 cm. £1200  

  • Prestige stool.Tanzania

    Prestige stool.Rare form.Hehe Tanzania.Early 20th century.H 34cm D 49cm. £620

  • headrest E

    A fine early Dinka headrest with a primal form with three supporting legs and a deep well used patina. Dinka culture,Southern Sudan.Length 47cm. £750.

  • Female figure

    A fine and rare early 20th-century female figure. Probably Mangbetu, DRC. The figure has been carved with a missing finger on each hand. One hand holding its shoulder and the other its waist.Ivory. Early 20th century. H -  20.5 cm. £900

  • Headrest F

    A fine Afar headrest with unusual decorations on its central support. Nice form and patina. First half 20th century. Height -  16.5 cm. Wide – 12.5 cm. £320

  • Headrest H

    A fine northern Kenyan headrest with elongated curved support and three supporting legs. Length – 30 cm. £350

  • 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. £1600

  • Fine Yoruba mask

    A fine and unusual Yoruba mask.Nigeria. The mask with large nose and protruding eyes.Great expression with typical Yoruba scarification’s either side of the cheeks. Decorated with early red pigments.Well used mask, first half 20th century.H – 24 cm. BCGCDOO. £2800

  • meat platter

    A fine large Zulu meat platter.Good form,age and patina.Length – 88cm. £950. Comes with wall mount.

  • Fine fEMALE FIGURE

    A early female figure.Kaguru – Tanzania. The figure standing with classical pose.A finely sculptured maternity figure with deep worn patina.Small fetish hole on top of the head and with white glass beaded eyes. The arms are enlarged to give the figure more presence and power.Early 20th century. H –  42 cm. CBCAHOO. £1900

  • Mother and child figure

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

  • Mask in the form of a Pangolin

    The Egbukere was a major cultural masked celebration.The dancers wore a huge variety of head dresses,from fish to mammal to human….The pangolin ‘akwerekwa’ would appear from the forest in the late afternoon imitating the actions of the blacksmith who he represents in the animal world. Ex private coll. France. £5200

  • Figurative stopper.Tanzania

    A fine figurative stopper to a gourd container. Zigua culture Tanzania. H – 21.5 cm. £650

  • Antelope gold weight.Akan

    A fine 19th century Akan gold weight in the form of a antelope.L – 55 mm H – 29 mm. Ex private coll. Germany.£220

  • Mother and child fragment

    A fine and early fragmented piece of a mother with a child on her back. Possibly of Lobi origin Burkina Faso.Ex Belgium private collection.H – 12 cm. Medium density wood with smooth black patina. Traces of burnt areas.Early 20th century. £750

  • Akan gold weight.Ghana

    18th century Akan gold weight depicting the mythical Sankofa bird,Proverb ‘learn from the past’ . H -  41 mm. Ex private coll. UK. £180

  • Reclining child’s chair. Ivory Coast

    A fine early small reclining chair. Ivory Coast. Lovely worn patina.Early 20th century. Ex Seward Kennedy collection UK. H – 34 cm L – 40 cm. £490

  • Amulet. Senufo

    A finely cast early amulet/pendant. Senufo. Ivory Coast. Male and female figures joined together.19th to early 20th century. H – 50 mm. £450

  • Fine Dan mask

    A fine Dan mask.Ivory Coast. First half 20th century. Ex private collection Netherlands. H – 21 cm. £ 2400

  • Fine comb. Luba

    A finely carved comb. Luba DRC. Ex Belgium private collection. Female head with fine coiffure. First half 20th century. H – 24 cm. £950

  • Miniature bronze figure

    Minute bronze figure.Mali. Difficult to define the exact tribal grouping but possibly from the Djenne region of Mali. 18th century possibly before.Encrusted patina. Ex Seward Kennedy collection UK. H – 48 mm. £450 (comes on small wooden display)  

  • Bronze ring. Dogon

    A fine bronze equestrian figure ring. Dogon, Mali. Ex Seward Kennedy collection UK. H – 78 mm. First half 20th century.£620 (comes mounted on a wooden base)

  • Prestige stool. Ivory Coast

    Title stool. Baule,Ivory Coast. Ex Jonathan Lowen collection UK. L – 41 cm. H -19 cm. £650

  • Fine Kwere doll figure.Tanzania

    Female figure/doll.Female figure holding her brests.Typical Kwere hairstyle.Nice worn patina.H 14.5 cm.£650

  • HEADREST/STOOL.SUDAN

    A nicely formed stool or headrest formed from a branch of a tree. Toposa. Southern Sudan. Three supporting legs with beautiful patina. L – 55 cm. £380

  • Fine Igbo stool

    A fine Igbo stool Nigeria with complex interlocking design. In good overall condition.Early part 20th century.Ex private collection UK. H – 29 cm. D – 32 cm. £1200

  • Koran stand. East African coast possibly Zanzibar

    A rare form of Koran stand coming from the East African coast. Unusual to have the flat carved top as a separate piece. First half 20th century. H – 48 cm L – 27 cm.Ex private collection UK. £450

  • HEADREST. ETHIOPIA

    A fine Oromo headrest.Bale region.Ethiopia. 17 X 16 cm. £380

  • Headrest/stool.

    A beautifully formed headrest/stool with attached snuff container.Hamar people.Southern Ethiopia.21 X 19 cm  £450

  • Elephant Stool

    This elephant stool was given to the previous owner by her father who was the lead doctor in Southern Sudan. He was given the stool as a gift for services rendered by a Dinka chief in the early 1940′s. Carved in a very heavy dense wood with worn patina. H – 63 cm. £950

  • Small Stool

    An early 20th-century Igbo stool. Small in size with fine cut out proportions, comprising of three circular bands, top, bottom and middle supported by rows of small triangular shaped cut out upright supports. Good signs of early wear and use.H- 29 cm. £420