By Abdul Aziz Mohamadu, this bold mask is decorated with colorful seed beads, while an elongated forehead lends it an air of authority. 'This mask is used by the Kabogie people in Kontagora, Niger. When a dispute is being settled, the mask is hung at the entrance to the room. At the moment the aggrieved come out of that room, their agreement is sealed. No one can go against such an agreement,' the artisan explains.
- African rubberwood and recycled glass beads
- 1.52 lbs
- 15.8 inches H x 6 inches W x 2.4 inches D