Senufo/Senoufo Door Lock / Latch

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Vendeur: Top-Rated Seller amestore (1.232) 99.5%, Lieu où se trouve: March, Cambridgeshire, Lieu de livraison: Worldwide, Numéro de l'objet: 173435872737 More Antiques in my shop select See other items(on this page)> See all categories> Antiques Please leave your telephone number when orderingDetails :• In the Style Of : Tribal • Place of Origin: Ivory Coast• People: Senufo - Senoufo • Materials and Techniques: Hand-Carved Wood, iron• Condition: Good . Beautiful aged patina. •Dimensions :Length : 35 cm (13.77 inches) , width : 26 cm (10.23 inches) •Weight : 970 g Wealthy and powerful individuals in the northern Senufo region commissioned intricately carved doors as symbols of prestige.Some of the lock were made in the shape of the female half of the primordial couple. This wooden female ancestor figure on the lock by an unknown Senufo artisan displays the artist's skill with form and respect for the powerful female half of the primordial couple, with its minimalist lines it visualizes the concept of timeless female beauty, one of the greatest achievements of man in the sculptural representation of the human form.Such door lock figuratively symbolize the act of love: the vertical female figure contains a moving horizontal beam representing the male element, which slides back and forth within the rectangular cut in the back of the female figure.At the bottom of the lock, the crocodile is a reference to aggression, sorcery and personal power. Such motifs may appear on initiation buildings or household protective shrines as a reminder that such places embody the specialized knowledge which is required to combat the evil influences that disrupt the well being of the community.An ingenious mechanism of sliding joints is used to assemble the lock. -Avner Shakarov, Lyubov Senatorova, Traditional African Art: An Illustrated Study, McFarland, 2016-William Rubin, Le Primitivisme dans l’art du 20e siècle. Les artistes modernes devant l’art tribal, Paris, 1987-Jacques Kerchache, Jean-Louis Paudrat and Lucien Stéphan, L'art africain, Paris, 1988-Vogel, Susan (ed). 1981. For Spirits and Kings: African Art from the Paul and Ruth Tishman Collection. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, pp. 50-51, no. 24 Condition: Used, Condition: Overall Good Condition. Wear and tear consistent with age and use, Region of Origin: African, Country/Region of Manufacture: Côte d’Ivoire, Type: Carvings, Provenance: Ownership History Not Available

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