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Funky-Fly Bohemian Crochet Crown For Men by Xenobia Bailey

~African Prints, African women dresses, African fashion styles, African clothing, Nigerian style, Ghanaian fashion ~DKK

~African Prints, African women dresses, African fashion styles, African clothing, Nigerian style, Ghanaian fashion ~DKK

West Africa, Nigeria, Yoruba Tribe, 19th century CE or earlier. Rare Opa Osanyin herbalist's staff. Made of hand-forged iron with staff in a long spear shaped support to which a ring of applied birds have been added, large bird would have once been at top with figure below with offering vessel in its hands. The Yoruba believe that a large bird surrounded by smaller birds symbolizes the power of good over evil and the ability to control spirits and supernatural forces. As such opa osanyin...

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Imhotep, BC, is considered to be the first architect, engineer, and physician. Egyptologists ascribe to him the design of the Pyramid of Djoser at Saqqara in Egypt in 2630 – 2611 BC.

Yoruba Beaded Crown. Opa Itele for Obatala and Crown Jose Rodriguez:

Opa Itele for Obatala and Crown Jose Rodriguez--only a few people would be qualified to wear this but Wow!

African Art-Africart-Art Africain-Arte Africana-Benin (Edo-Bini-Addo-Oviedo-Ovioba)

African Art-Africart-Art Africain-Arte Africana-Benin (Edo-Bini-Addo-Oviedo-Ovioba)

Yoruba Ere Ibeji (Twin Figure), Igbomina - Ila Orangun, Nigeria http://afriart.tumblr.com/post/91986223869/nigeria-yoruba-ere-ibeji-twin-figure-igbomina

Yoruba (Nigeria), Igbomina region, Ila Orangun style Male and Female Twin Figures, ere ibeji Wood, camwood - Available at 2007 June African & Oceanic Art.