Bambara Chiwara Headdress Pair - Mali
These beautifully carved headdresses were traditionally worn by pairs during performances celebrating the farming animal deity, Chiwara, who is said to have introduced the Bambara to agriculture. A young male Chiwara is perched upon the females back; a symbol of family and fertility, and the earth and the sun.
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