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Plastic Clonette "Auntie DeiDei" Doll
Following the colonial era, the Clonette was the first doll made industrially in Africa. The traditional dolls are made from recycled plastic; here, the black dolls are made from recycled plastic bags. Burkina Faso | 9.45 inches (24 cm) height...
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Cire Trudon l'Esclave Candle Bust
Pourquoi naître esclave (Why born a slave) is the name given by sculptor and painter Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (1827-1875) to a series of busts he created around 1870. At the heights of his career, enjoying the protection of Napoleon III, Carpeaux...
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Clonette Sculptures by Noush
Modern Clonettes are made from plastic but were originally made from wood. Noush wanted to transform them back to where they once came from. Each one of these original figures is hand-carved from Jacaranda wood, from which a mould is made...
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Gold Clonette "Auntie DeiDei" Doll
Following the colonial era, the Clonette was the first doll made industrially in Africa. The traditional dolls are made from recycled plastic; the cast bronze edition is fabricated from cast recycled materials (padlocks, keys, etc.). Burkina Faso | 9.45 inches (24 cm)...
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Carew Rice Low Country Silhouette Pitcher
Mid-twentieth century | excellent vintage condition | 10.5 inches height A native of the South Carolina low country, Carew Rice (1899 – 1971) discovered the art of silhouettes and worked from the Depression era up until 1970. 
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Woman with Coffee Tray, 1930s
We love all things coffee (which originated in Ethiopia) in New Orleans. Did you know that, by 1840, the port of New Orleans was the world's second biggest coffee importer? Original tan painted wood frame with glass | print signed "Jha" in lower...
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The Prince of Doom Movie Poster by Mr. Brew, Ghana
Original oil painting on cotton cloth (used flour sacks), painted in Ghana, Africa, in used condition. These posters have been folded and rolled and displayed originally in sun, rain, etc. The condition of the posters is an inherent aspect of...
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Suicide Mission Movie Poster by Mr. Brew, Ghana
Original oil painting on cotton cloth (used flour sacks), painted in Ghana, Africa, in used condition. These posters have been folded and rolled and displayed originally in sun, rain, etc. The condition of the posters is an inherent aspect of...
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Sunflower Boy

Sunflower Boy

$200.00 +

Beautiful vintage textile of a boy's face as the center of a sunflower. Hair, features, and petals are all embroidered/outlined.  Framed in shadowbox to 20 x 20 x 3 inches | approx. 22 x 22 inches unframed
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Jackie Ormes mug
Produced by Bitch Media, this sold-out mug was part of their Adventures in Feministory “Groundbreakers” series. Illustration by Andi Zeisler. Jackie Ormes was the first African American woman to be a syndicated cartoonist. Learn more about her from Nancy Goldstein's Ormes biography. 
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