Carved wooden, male effigy, known as Ibedji figure

Made:
1880-1895 in Ilorin
maker:
Yoruba people

Carved wooden, male effigy, known as Ibedji figure to represent a dead twin and used as a companion for the remaining twin, a cult object, taken by the forces of the Royal Nigeria Co., from Yoruba,

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