Bamana Door

Bamana Door

Bamana Door and Lock The Bamana people make and use doors that are somewhat similar to their neighbours, the Dogon. They are less well-known, usually less embellished, and their door locks are usually much larger. Tribe: Bamana/Bambara Origin: Keleya, Mali Approx Age:...
Dogon Door

Dogon Door

Dogon Door A Dogon door for an entrance to a home rather than a smaller door for a granary. Tribe: Dogon Origin: Bandiagara region of Mali. Approx Age: 1st quarter 20th Century  Materials: Wood Dimensions cm: 135 peg-peg x 56 wide Ref. Number: 1443 £2350.00...
Dogon Ginna Door

Dogon Ginna Door

Dogon Ginna Door The Ginna is associated with the Wagem cult, the Ginna Banga (head family member of the village) resides in this building. Tribe: Dogon Origin: Pissa village, Mali Approx Age: Mid 20th Century Materials: Wood Dimensions cm: 203 peg-peg x 78 wide Ref....
Dogon Granary Door

Dogon Granary Door

Dogon Granary Door These doors protected the window-like opening into each family’s grain storage building. Tribe: Dogon Origin: Mali Approx Age: Early 20th Century Materials: Wood Dimensions cm: 82 peg to peg 54 wide Ref. Number: 1481 £950.00 Description:A...
Dogon Door Lock

Dogon Door Lock

Dogon Door Lock Dogon door lock, well worn and showing a wonderful incised design. Tribe: Dogon Origin: Mali Approx Age: Early – Mid 20th Century Materials: Wood Dimensions cm: 36 (tall) x 35 (side – side) Ref. Number: 0327 £275.00 Description: Dogon door...

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