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Africa | Doorlock from the Bamana people of Mali | Wood, partly shiny brown patina.

Africa | Doorlock from the Bamana people of Mali | Wood, partly shiny brown patina.

Exceptional door--with a zebu cow!

Door from the Nupe people of Nigeria. Light brown wood with dark brown patina. Consists of two panels. A work of Sakiwa the younger, from Lapai

Africa | Door from the Nupe people of Nigeria | Wood; dark brown patina.  Consists of three wood planks

Door from the Nupe people of Nigeria, dark brown patina, consists of three wood planks Africa.

Africa | Granary door from the Dogon people of Mali | Wood, encrusted grey brown patina | ca. early to mid 1900s | granaries outnumber almost all other types of buildings in Dogon villages, demonstrating the importance of preserving crops produced with the hard labor required in such a rocky landscape. Every family has several granaries, one for each of the wives and the rest for the head of the family, in which are stored millet, sorghum, rice, corn, beans etc.

Wood granary door from the Dogon people of Mali.

Africa | Door from the Dogon people of Mali | Wood

Details zu ** Fine Tribal DOGON Door / Mali

Our Dogon Door is of museum quality. The Dogon people of Mali are known the world over for their creation of Dogon doors, panels and shutters.

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