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Anklet, (Ehuke)

Photo by Tom Joyce

Anklet, (Ehuke)

19th - 20th century

Copper alloy
11 x 11 x 7 in. (27.9 x 27.9 x 17.8cm)
Partial gift of Tom Joyce and partial purchase with funds from John and Robyn Horn
2007.143
Photo by Tom Joyce
location
Not currently on view

Resources

Exhibition HistoryAsheville, North Carolina, Life Force at the Anvil, A Blacksmith's Art from Africa, May 22 - August 28, 1998
Published ReferencesJoyce, Tom. Life Force at the Anvil: The Blacksmith's Art from Africa. Asheville, North Carolina: Biltmore Press, 1998 p. 24

Chesi, Gert and Daphne Schlorhaufer. Afrika, Asien: Kunst and Ritualobjekte, Innsbruck: Haymon, [1997] p. 85

Lohse, Wulf and Hubert Goote. Other People's Money. Zug, Switzerland: Hubert Goote Gallery, 1995

Ballarini, Roberto, trans. Pamela Knight. Black Africa's Traditional arms. Milano: Africa Curio, S.A.S., 1992 p.115

Puccinelli, Lydia. Artistry of African Currency. Washington, D.C. Smithsonian Institution/National Museum of African Art, 2000 p.1

Mattet, Laurence and Jean Paul Barbier-Muller, eds. De FEr et de Fierte, Milan: Continents Editions srl, 2003


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