|Current Location:||Collections storage|
|Technique:||Lost wax casting|
|Credit Line:||Gift of Margaret (Mrs. Webster) Plass, 1965|
Solid cylinder of dark wood, sides with motfs of the hand in relief. Altar of a man's own hand, ikegobo (ikega obo), of the simplest type, without the separate platform on which the more elaborate ones stand. See R.E. Bradbury's important article on ikegobo in Man, c. 1961-2. Round the sides, reading clockwise from a point nearest to the projection, are a leopard or crocodile head (?), 2 kola nuts, a left hand, a beaker (2 kola nuts, a duiker horn, and a left hand.
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