VARIOUS KNIVES, DRC

The knives below have been vetted as authentic with signs of use and age. Some have replacement handles (see individual pages).


 

KUBA
Knife 32
24.5" high
$250 

 

BANDIA
Knife 11
31" high
$200

 

BANDIA
Knife 12

21" high
$150 

BANDIA
Knife 58
17" high
$150


TETELA
Knife 34
26" high
$150

EKONDA
Knife 48
18" high
$150

EKONDA
Knife 49
16.5" high
$150 

EKONDA
Knife 50
16" high
$150


EKONDA
Knife 51
15.5" high
$125

YAKOMA
Knife 52
12.5" high
$150

POTO
Knife 54
21.25" high
$200


POTO
Knife 56
20.5" high
$150

 

EKONDA
Knife 8
19.5" high
$150 

KUBA
MONGO
Knives
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While originating from the African continent, the knives below are likely not created by the tribe who invented the design. The tribal attribution indicates the origin of the design, not the object.

KUBA/BANDIA STYLE
Knife 47
19" high
$100

KUBA STYLE
Knife 59
15" high
$50



Photographs © Hamill Gallery

VARIOUS, KNIVES, DRC

Knives, axes, currency blades and spears, all made of forged iron, attest to the skills in metal of the Kuba and related peoples of central Africa. Most exhibit an inventive variety of form and workmanship far beyond what was functionally necessary.

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