Africa | Doll from the Zande people of DR Congo | Wood, glass beads, metal and natural fiber

Doll from the Zande people of DR Congo.

Africa | Doll from the Ovimbundu people of southern Angola | Wood, glass beads, natural fiber

Africa | Doll from the Ovimbundu people of southern Angola | Wood, glass beads, natural fiber

Africa | Doll from the Dinka people of Omdurman, Sudan | Wood, glass beads, shells, leather amulets | Collected prior to 1960

Rare paire de poupées pouvant former couple, Omdurman, Dinka, Soudan

Africa | Doll from the Namji people of northern Cameroon | Wood, leather, glass beads, shells, metal, fiber

Doll from the Namji people of northern Cameroon

muñecas de la fertilidad, región ... la montaña Mandara, el arte africano en la venta de habitaciones Chinon | sala de subastas Chinon

muñecas de la fertilidad, región ... la montaña Mandara, el arte africano en la venta de habitaciones Chinon | sala de subastas Chinon

Africa |  Bound with cord and beaded Namji / Fali doll Cameroon. |  © Ann Porteus, Sidewalk Tribal Gallery, via Flickr

Bound with cord and beaded Namji/ Fali doll Cameroon.

Njamji Fertility Figure, Cameroon | Lot | Sotheby's

West Africa - Beaded Doll With Amulets

Africa | Doll from the Namji people of Cameroon | Wood, glass beads, metal, leather, fiber

Doll from the Namji people of Cameroon

Africa | Yanda figure from the Zande people of DR Congo | ca. 1970

Zande Yanda figure (Democratic Republic of the Congo)

Tumblr - theiainteriordesign:      Africa | Basket with lid from North Africa; possibly Egypt | Plant fiber, glass beads, hide and pigment | ca. 1924

Basket: Possibly Egypt, Material: Pigment, Plant Fiber, beads, hide…

Africa | Dolls from the Ambo people of Namibia or Angola | Cylindrical body covered with multiple beaded necklaces of different shapes and colors, leather, fabric, natural fiber

Africa | Dolls from the Ambo people of Namibia or Angola | Cylindrical body covered with multiple beaded necklaces of different shapes and colors, leather, fabric, natural fiber

Africa | Fertility doll "ikoku" from the Turkana people of Kenya | Wood, brak cloth, glass beads, metal beads and bells, coins, plant fiber | The making of dolls is traditonal. The dolls are carved by the father and decorated by the mother. After having reached puberty, the young girls use them for practising their later role of motherhood.

Fertility doll "ikoku" from the Turkana people of Kenya

Africa | Doll from the Zaramo people of Tanzania | Wood and glass beads

Africa | Doll from the Zaramo people of Tanzania | Wood and glass beads

Africa | Fetish doll found in Nigeria | Sold

Introduction to African masks and sculptures.

Africa | Fali doll from northern Cameroon | Wood, glass beads, coins, leather amulets, cotton threads amulets, leather strips, cowrie shells

Dolls from Northern Cameroon

Doll artist Kat Soto http://www.thedollsmith.com/newGallery/SpringFaeries/LARGE/Alemface.jpg

"Earth Spirits" African Spirit Faery created by Kat Soto

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