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The Zigula are a Tanzanian ethnic and linguistic people from the northern Pwani and southern Tanga regions.
To say their art is poorly understood is an understatement. Their “wrapped mummy” statuary is used in secret rituals that protect their owners from evil spirits and power.
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Circa 1960s. Tanzanian village.
Wood, pigment, vegetal, fabric
23.5" tall on stand with 9" wide x 7" deep base unit
$ 320.00 USD