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  • X88.1254 Headrest

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    Headrest
    Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Wood, brass, tacks
    1988
    15 x 11 x 9 cm (5.9 x 4.3 x 3.5 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X88.1254

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  • X88.2a,b Ibeji dolls

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    Ibeji dolls
    Nigeria
    Yoruba peoples
    Plastic, metal
    1988
    H: 25.0 cm, W: 9.0 cm, D: 7.5 cm (H: 9.8 in, W: 3.5 in, D: 2.9 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum Purchase with Manus Funds. X88.2a,b

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  • X88.301 Headrest

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    Headrest
    Kenya
    Rendille peoples
    Wood and metal
    19th- early 20th century
    W: 36.2 cm, H: 22.2 cm, D: 19.0 cm (W: 14.2 in, H: 8.7 in, D: 7.4 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X88.301

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  • X88.40 Man’s robe (agbada)

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    Object Name: Man’s robe (agbada)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Yoruba peoples

    Place of Origin: Nigeria

    Date/Era: 20th century.

    Medium/Materials: Cotton, dye

    Dimensions: 138 x 291 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase.

    Accession Number: X88.40

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  • X88.424 Ibeji with beaded gown

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    Ibeji with beaded gown
    Nigeria
    Yoruba peoples
    Wood, glass, beads, string, cloth, camwood powder, pigment
    H: 29 cm, W: 22.5 cm, D: 11.0 cm (H: 11.4 in, W: 8.8 in, D: 4.3 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Bequest of Mary Stansbury Ruiz. X88.424

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  • X88.434 Ibeji with beaded gown

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    Ibeji with beaded gown
    Nigeria
    Yoruba peoples
    Wood, glass beads, cloth, plastic button, camwood powder, string
    H: 27 cm, W: 12 cm, D: 8 cm (H: 10.6 in, W: 4.7 in, D: 3.1 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Bequest of Mary Stansbury Ruiz. X88.434

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  • X88.482 Venovi Figure

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    Venovi Figure
    Togo
    Ewe peoples
    Wood and pigment
    H: 21.4 cm, W: 6.5 cm, D: 5.6 cm (H: 8.4 in, W: 2.5 in, D: 2.2 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Mary Stansbury Ruiz. X88.482

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  • X88.680A Linguist staff

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    Object Name: Linguist staff

    Artist: Osei Bonsu (1900 – 1977)

    Culture: Asante peoples

    Place of Origin: Kumasi, Ghana

    Date/Era: Circa 1930

    Dimensions: H: 38.5 cm

    Medium/Materials: Wood, gold leaf

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Steve and Linda Nelson.

    Accession Number: X88.680A

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  • X88.680a-c Counselor’s staff

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    Counseloräs staff
    Artist: Osei Bonsu (Kumase, Ghana, 1900-1977)
    Ghana
    Circa 1930
    Wood, gold leaf
    H: 38.5 cm, W: 20.5 cm, D: 6.5 cm (H: 15.2 in, W: 8.1 in, D: 2.5 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Steve and Linda Nelson. X88.680a-c

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  • X88.930 Figurative Post

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    Figurative Post
    Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Metoko peoples
    Wood
    L: 61 cm, W: 7.5 cm (L: 24.0 in, W: 2.9 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X88.930

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  • X88.958 Headrest

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    Headrest
    Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Yaka peoples
    Wood
    1988
    16 x 12.5 x 7 cm (6.2 x 4.9 x 2.7 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X88.958

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  • X88.960 Mask

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    Mask
    Cote d’Ivoire
    Grebo
    Wood, mirror, paint, raffia
    H: 78 cm, W: 19 cm, D: 24 cm (H: 30.7 in, W: 7.4 in, D: 9.4 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X88.960

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  • X88.965 Mask

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    Mask
    Congo
    Tukongo (Kongo-Dinga)
    Wood, copper, cord, pigment, nails
    1988
    H: 30.5 cm, W: 19.8 cm, D: 17.5 cm (H: 12.0 in, W: 7.7 in, D: 6.8 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X88.965

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  • X89.139 Mask

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    Mask
    Nigeria
    Ijaw peoples
    Wood and encrustation
    L: 53.5 cm, W: 17.5 cm, H: 15.0 cm (L: 21.0 in, 6.8 in, H: 5.9 in)
    Fowler Museum at ULCA. Promised gift of Jerome L. Joss. X89.139

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  • X89.367 Chair of power (kiti cha enzi)

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    Object Name: Chair of power (kiti cha enzi)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Swahili peoples

    Place of Origin: Zanzibar, Tanzania

    Date/Era: 1989

    Medium/Materials: Wood, ivory, string

    Dimensions: H: 123.0 cm (H: 48.4 in)

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Steve and Linda Nelson.

    Accession Number: X89.367

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  • X89.369 Headrest

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    Headrest
    (musawa or musau)
    Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Wood
    1988
    23.5 cm (9.2 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X89.369

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  • X89.373 Headrest

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    Headrest
    Kenya, Uganda
    Karamajong peoples
    Wood and leather
    1988
    23.5 x 13.9 cm (9.2 x 5.4 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X89.373

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  • X89.377 Headrest

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    Headrest
    Kenya
    Rendille peoples
    Wood
    1988
    16 x 23 cm (6.2 x 9.0 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X89.377

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  • X89.378 Headrest

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    Headrest
    Kenya
    Wood
    1988
    17.7 x 21 cm (6.9 x 8.2 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X89.378

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  • X89.379 Headrest/stool

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    Headrest/stool
    Kenya
    Wood
    1988
    19 x 34 cm (7.4 x 13.3 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X89.379

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  • X89.380 Headrest

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    Headrest
    Kenya
    Pokot, Kitale peoples
    Wood and leather
    1988
    16.5 x 17 cm (6.4 x 6.6 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X89.380

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  • X89.384 Headrest

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    Headrest
    Kenya
    Rendille peoples
    Wood
    H: 18 cm, W: 25 cm (H: 7.0 in, W: 9.8 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. The Jerome L. Joss Collection. X89.384

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  • X89.422 Asafo flag

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    Object Name: Asafo flag

    Artist: Kweku Kakanu (1910 – circa 1998)

    Culture: Fante peoples

    Place of Origin: Lowtown, Ghana

    Date/Era: Circa 1950

    Medium/Materials: Cotton

    Dimensions: 110 x 167.6 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Nancy and Richard Bloch.

    Accession Number: X89.422

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  • X89.59 Bamana Elephant Puppet Masks

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    Bamana Elephant Puppet Masks
    (Sama Kun)
    Mali
    Bamana peoples
    Wood, rubber, cloth, nails, string
    L: 73.0 cm, W: 28.5 cm, H: 30.0 cm (L: 28.7 in, W: 11.2 in, H: 11.8 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Promised gift of Jerome L. Joss. X89.59

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  • X89.776 Mask

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    Mask
    Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Boa peoples
    Wood, pigment, teeth
    L: 40 cm, W: 30 cm, D: 11.5 cm (L: 15.7 in, W: 11.8 in, D: 4.5 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Jerome L. Joss. X89.776

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  • X89.777 Headrest

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    Headrest
    Ethiopia
    Wood
    18 x 20.3 x 6.8 cm (7.0 x 7.9 x 2.6 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. X89.777

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