In good state. Second quarter of the 20th century
Provenance: Collected by Nicolas de Kun in Pangi territory in 1956 during his stay in the area as an officer of the Belgian colonial geological research team. Bought from him by H. Westerdijk in Brussels around 1965.
Although small round stools and tabourets are quite well-known among collectors of Lega material, this model is unknown to many. As far as I know only a few items of this type have survived. It stands on four low legs, well worn down, and is embellished with a Lega figure. The neck is pierced and a rope to carry it runs through it. Nice natural brown patina with gloss.
Literature: no known published example so far as I am aware.
Dimensions: 16 x 9 x 10 cm.
Tribe /Region: Kivu Province of the eastern DRC.
Material: dense hardwood.
Weight: 0.620 kg.
For the original text from seller, set language on this site to: English
Sold with written declaration of authenticity by Dr. P. Westerdijk, museum ethnologist and cultural anthropologist specialized in the material cultures of people living south of the Sahara.
Sent by registered and insured mail.
|Lid sinds:||19 november 2014|
Thanks also for solving the problems
Let op. Sommige gedeeltes op deze pagina zijn automatisch vertaald.Sent without invoice, thence a return trip, and more than two weeks of waiting.First time shipping to Switzerland. I didn't know that three copies of an invoice had to be pasted on the box, such as international shipping. This was the reason for returning to the sender. I am very sorry for this delay
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