Trunk- Africa

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Catalog # Name Description
1 ED2019-1 Rattle Western African Gourd Rattle. A and B. 
2 ED2019-10 Instrument, percussion Tambourine made from thin sticks, metal disks, and wire. 
3 ED2019-11 Instrument, musical Mbira, traditional to the Shona people of Zimbabwe. 
4 ED2019-110 Poster What Is African Art - poster
5 ED2019-117 Sculpture Kenyan Wood Sculpture
6 ED2019-12 Drum African Prayer Drum
7 ED2019-12 Rattle, Musical Wooden Rattle
8 ED2019-13 Sculpture Akuaba Fertility Sculpture
9 ED2019-14 Drum Miniature Dunun Drum
10 ED2019-15 Armlet West African Arm Band
11 ED2019-16 Comb West African Wood Hair Comb
12 ED2019-164 Rattle Nigerian Cocoa Bean Rattles
13 ED2019-18 Figurine Kenyan Wood Figurine
14 ED2019-180 Kalima Half Gourd with metal thumb keys. Engraved on the front with a hole cut in the lower half. Five Keys rest on a raised wooeden block . There are small gashes on the back of the gourd and from on the front.
15 ED2019-181 Drum, Slit Percussian instrument hand carved. Comes with striker to make noise. Drum (A) and striker (B). 
16 ED2019-185 Rattle Made of cocoa beans and braided rope tied together. Beans attached to rope and dangled with untied ends. Meant to be tied and shaken by waist ankles or arms. Rough edges on cocoa beans cut in half.
17 ED2019-188 Rattle A gourd without a stem that has a curved narrow top and a round bulous bottom. Pine cone heads are strung all the way around the bottom portion in a criss cross pattern.
18 ED2019-19 Figurine Male Kenyan Wood figurine
19 ED2019-191 Kpoko-Kpoko Nigerian percussion instrument. Carved faces on alternate side, X carved on opposite sides.  ED2019-191 (Kpoko-Kpoko) image
20 ED2019-194 Double Sistrum African percussion instrument. Double y-shaped piece of wood, with flattened bottle caps strung on wire between the legs of the y's. Used on market days in celebrations and in dances. Made by the Kikuyu of Kenya.  ED2019-194 (Double Sistrum) image
21 ED2019-196 Rattle Cocoa bean rattle- Cocoa beans strung together by braided rope. Rope is pierced through beans to connect them. Rope is tied off in knots on ends. Cocoa beans are halves, some have minor cracks on shells. Insides of some beans have unique marks, like scratches. From Nigeria
22 ED2019-2 Drum Kenyan Batá Drum
23 ED2019-20 Rattle None
24 ED2019-21 Sculpture Western African Dancer Figurine