A SORT OF MANDOLIN, CARVED IN IVORY BY A MANGBETU FROM NIAGARA, AND THE COVERED WITH THE SKIN OF A FORELIMB OF AN OKAPI. IT HAS BEEN PHOTOGRAPHED ON A MAT, MADE BY MANGBETU WOMEN, OF ZEBANDRA.
A SORT OF MANDOLIN, CARVED IN IVORY BY A MANGBETU FROM NIAGARA, AND THE COVERED WITH THE SKIN OF A FORELIMB OF AN OKAPI. IT HAS BEEN PHOTOGRAPHED ON A MAT, MADE BY MANGBETU WOMEN, OF ZEBANDRA.
Locale: MEDJE, CONGO BELGE
Image No: 111908
 
A SORT OF MANDOLIN, CARVED IN IVORY BY A MANGBETU FROM NIAGARA, AND THE COVERED WITH THE SKIN OF A FORELIMB OF AN OKAPI. IT HAS BEEN PHOTOGRAPHED ON A MAT, MADE BY MANGBETU WOMEN, OF ZEBANDRA.
A SORT OF MANDOLIN, CARVED IN IVORY BY A MANGBETU FROM NIAGARA, AND THE COVERED WITH THE SKIN OF A FORELIMB OF AN OKAPI. IT HAS BEEN PHOTOGRAPHED ON A MAT, MADE BY MANGBETU WOMEN, OF ZEBANDRA.
Locale: MEDJE, CONGO BELGE
Image No: 111915
 

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