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Group (5) West African carvings
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Description
Group (5) West African carvings, Including a Sukuma Ancestor figure with horns and adorned with strung beads, Tanzania, 15"h, a seated Bamileke, female figure, Cameroon, 15"h, and three figural dance wands, each approx. 12"h

Provenance: Estate of Distinguished Professor Philip Gould, NYC

Notes/Literature: Professor of Chinese Art History at Columbia University and Sarah Lawrence College, Professor Philip Gould was a passionate collector of African Art, and curated numerous museum and gallery exhibitions from his personal collection.
Condition
Good, attractive patina, with surface abrasions, dirt accumulation, rubbing to finish **Condition reports are rendered as specialist opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. We do not guarantee the content of written or verbal condition reports. The absence of a condition report does not imply that there are no condition issues with the lot. Please call us at (973) 377-1500 or e-mail info@milleabros.com with any questions about this lot at least 24 hours prior to auction.
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Group (5) West African carvings

Estimate $200 - $300
Oct 15, 2021
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Starting Price $100
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2232: Group (5) West African carvings

Sold for $100
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Est. $200 - $300Starting Price $100
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Oct 15, 2021 10:00 AM EDT
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Lot 2232 Details

Description
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Group (5) West African carvings, Including a Sukuma Ancestor figure with horns and adorned with strung beads, Tanzania, 15"h, a seated Bamileke, female figure, Cameroon, 15"h, and three figural dance wands, each approx. 12"h

Provenance: Estate of Distinguished Professor Philip Gould, NYC

Notes/Literature: Professor of Chinese Art History at Columbia University and Sarah Lawrence College, Professor Philip Gould was a passionate collector of African Art, and curated numerous museum and gallery exhibitions from his personal collection.
Condition
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Good, attractive patina, with surface abrasions, dirt accumulation, rubbing to finish **Condition reports are rendered as specialist opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. We do not guarantee the content of written or verbal condition reports. The absence of a condition report does not imply that there are no condition issues with the lot. Please call us at (973) 377-1500 or e-mail info@milleabros.com with any questions about this lot at least 24 hours prior to auction.

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