The Namji tribe is known for their wooden dolls. This doll stands on a wooden gallery base, it is beautifully carved with geometric features and embellished with leather fringe, beads, and shells. Traditionally these dolls were given to young women to encourage fertility.
  • *Era: Circa 1930
  • *Material: Wood/Beads/Coins/ Leather
  • *Size: 5.75"(L) x 2.75"(W) x 17.25" (H)
  • *Color: Brown/multi
  • *Condition: Wear consistent with age, may show blemishes or imperfections.

Found in Cameroon

  • **Please bear in mind that colors of products shown may vary slightly from their original color due to monitor display settings or photography studio lighting.

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