Africa | Coffins (male and female form) from the Ngata / Ntomba people of Congo | Wood, with pigment | These types of coffins would have been used to bury individuals of high status, such as the chief.
A rare type of Tanzanian stool with three arched supporting legs.This form is used by the Hehe and Gogo in the central southern region of Tanzania. It was not a stool for daily use rather user only by men of rank,important elders or chiefs. H – 38 cm. £750