Thanks for the info. I work in East Africa and usually collect pieces in villages where I work. I did not get this one as it was too heavy and I did not
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, Aug 1, 2010
Thanks for the info. I work in East Africa and usually collect pieces in villages where I work. I did not get this one as it was too heavy and I did not recognize it. Sorry about your Zambian friend. I know what that feels like. I have worked with and befriended many people in malaria endemic countries, some of whom have been sick and some who have died. The children always effect me the most though...and how strong some mothers can be..no, how strong mothers have to be! I just got back from kenya and zambia. Take care Neil
--- On Mon, 7/26/10, eliza500@... <eliza500@...> wrote:
From: eliza500@... <eliza500@...> Subject: [African_Arts] Re:Does anyone know what this is? To:
African_Arts@yahoogroups.com Date: Monday, July 26, 2010, 12:09 PM
Hello. I have seen a number of masks in Zambia and Zimbabwe which are
"Congo-esque" pieces made for tourists. This mask seems to be a
"Kuba-esque" member of that category.
Thank you for the work you are doing. I lost a beloved Zambian friend
very proud to have contributed more than $47,000 through eBay Giving Works. See
our many charity auctions!
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