Wood, shiny brown patina, depicted standing on a circular stool in a sign of high rank and status, the eyes inset with white miniature glass beads.
“The Kaguru live directly west of the Luguru, and to the southwest live the Hehe. Because they lie midway between these important peoples on the coast and along the lake, and because their land lies astride the major caravan route between Lake Tanganyika and the Swahili coast, the Kaguru have benefited for centuries from a cultural mix that has influenced their own cultural traditions.”
Minor damage to the base.
H: 16,5 cm (6 ½ inch).
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