BAULE OBJECTS, Ivory Coast


BAULE STYLE
Spoons
Catalog
$250 each

BAULE STYLE
Staff 5
28.5" high
$300

BAULE STYLE
Pestle 6
38" high
$500


The objects below have all been sold. They are left here for reference purposes.

BAULE STYLE
Bell/Gong 1
15.5" high
SOLD

BAULE STYLE
Harp 101
37" high
SOLD


BAULE
Pounders
Page
ALL SOLD



BAULE
Looms
Page

BAULE STYLE
Metal Vessels
Page
ALL SOLD

The Baule pounders and looms have been vetted as authentic, the spoons, harp, stool, staff and pestle were probably made to be sold.

Photographs © Hamill

BAULE, Objects, Ivory Coast

The Baule are one of the Akan peoples. They moved west to the Ivory Coast more than 200 years ago and adopted sculptural and masking traditions from their neighbors, the Guro, Senufo and Yaure peoples.

Intricately carved spoons were prestige objects for the Baule. Intricately carved staffs were also prestige objects and were often used as dance wands.

We recommend Baule: African Art Western Eyes by Susan M. Vogel (Yale).

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