This is a unique Old Bamana Carved Wood Female statue with a Carved Child holding on to the woman's Back. The Bamana Tribe are from Mali. The carved statues of the Bamana are dedicated to the fertility principle . Statues, on the other hand, are mostly dedicated to the fertility principle, gwan. Women looking for children would offer sacrifices at the shrines of gwan sculptures. The gwan statues usually come in groups and of different sizes. A typical gwan statue collection will feature a central mother-and-child statue, the father and other adult male and female figures. Gwan statues are enshrined and taken out only during annual ceremonies. This wonderful statue would be a great addition to your collection or home.
Shows age, and Natural Wear Repaired and slightly loose Right Arm
28.5 Inches Tall
8 Inches Wide
7 Inches Deep
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