IGBO OGBODO MASKS, Nigeria

The Igbo Ogbodo masks below have been sold and are left here for reference and educational purposes.

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These Igbo Ogbodo masks have been vetted as being authentic with significant signs of use and age.
 

IGBO
Ogbodo Mask 1
11"h. x 12.5"l. x 7.5"w.
SOLD

 IGBO
Ogbodo Mask 2
12"h. x 23.25"l. x 9.25"w.
SOLD

Photographs © Hamill Gallery

IGBO, OGBODO MASKS ARCHIVES, Nigeria

These masks are Obgodo (elephant spirit) masks carved by the Igbo-Izi people who live in the northeastern part of the Igbo territory in Nigeria. Note the variety in tusks and trunk forms on the front and the separate head on the back of several. They were worn and are usually displayed horizontally.

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