TUAREG, TEJIKANT BOWL SUPPORTS ARCHIVES, Niger


The bowl supports below have been sold and are left here for reference and educational purposes.

For UNSOLD bowl supports GO TO TUAREG BOWL SUPPORTS PAGE

TUAREG
Bowl Support 61
33" high
SOLD

TUAREG
Bowl Support 60
39" high
SOLD

TUAREG
Bowl Support 63
31" high
SOLD

TUAREG
Bowl Support 65
38" high
SOLD

TUAREG
Bowl Support 53
50" high
SOLD

Photographs © Hamill Gallery

TUAREG, TEJIKANT BOWL SUPPORTS, Niger

The Tuareg are fiercely independent nomadic people. On the move with their herds and camels over vast areas of the southern Sahara, they produce no masks or figures but instead create an impressive world of traditional, abstract, beautiful, functional objects of leather, wood and metal.

Although the wood is extremely hard, some of the Tejikant bowl supports have eroded ends, splits or cracks.

Bowls or gourds held in some are not included in the price.

GO TO HOLDING PATTERNS EXHIBITION PAGE

GO TO GEOMETRIES EXHIBITION PAGE

GO TO TUAREG ART PAGE

GO TO TUAREG EHEL POSTS PAGE

GO TO TUAREG FORKED POSTS PAGE

GO TO TUAREG POSTS PAGE

GO TO TUAREG POSTS PAGE 2

GO TO TUAREG LEATHERWORK PAGE

GO TO TUAREG LEATHER BAGS 1 PAGE

GO TO TUAREG LEATHER BAGS 2 PAGE

GO TO TUAREG LEATHER BAGS 3 PAGE

GO TO TUAREG SADDLES PAGE

GO TO TUAREG MATS PAGE

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