Wood, bamboo, and copper alloy
The Harold T. Clark Educational Extension Fund 1929.396
Several combs demonstrate a diversity of form and treatment. One (1976.180), a vigorously carved work showing a powerful drummer in performance, is an excellent example of Chokwe artistry meant for female patrons.
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