BAULE CURRENCY ARCHIVES, Ivory Coast

The objects below have been sold and are left here for reference and educational purposes. For UNSOLD currency, GO TO BAULE CURRENCY PAGE

BAULE, "Anklet"
Currency 1
SOLD

BAULE, "Anklet"
Currency 2
SOLD

 

BAULE, "Anklet"
Currency 2
SOLD

BAULE, "Anklet"
Currency 6
SOLD

 

BAULE
"Bracelet" #3
SOLD

 

BAULE,
"Bracelet" #4
SOLD

 

BAULE
"Bracelet" #5
SOLD

BAULE
"Bracelet" 7
SOLD

BAULE,
"Bracelet" Currency 11

4" high x 3" wide
SOLD

BAULE,
"Bracelet" Currency 12

3.75" high x 3" wide
SOLD

Photographs © Hamill Gallery

BAULE, "ANKLET" CURRENCY ARCHIVES PAGE, Ivory Coast

Copper alloy forms like these were both worn and used as currency. The anklets, made hollow by the lost wax process, were part of a woman's dowry. Anklet number 2 is from the Segy collection.

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