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The Niger Bend

"We have been trading under the name The Niger Bend since 1982. Almost all of the items we sell, we have bought personally. We travel to West Africa frequently to buy and to visit our old trading friends. Our greatest love are one-of-a-kind, finest-quality ethnographic pieces that we discover in our travels." [posted: Mar 19, 2004]

Hamill Gallery of African Art

Now an online store only, the Hamill Gallery (open from 1990 - 2019) devoted16,000 square feet to a large collection of traditional African art. Works include masks, figures, artifacts, textiles, jewelry, giving an idea of the visual impact and spiritual power of tribal art. [posted: Mar 04, 2004]

Galerie Walu

"Since 1957, the family business Galerie Walu has focused on the fascinating cultures of West Africa. We see our task in continuing the tradition of traditional African art and in promoting intercultural understanding through exhibitions, publications, loans, donations, etc. In addition to the purchase and sale of African art, we are at your disposal as specialists for expert opinions, valuations, consulting and inventorizations." [posted: Mar 04, 2004]

Sahara Gallery of African Art

"Our present collection features objects from West, Central, and East Africa. The beauty of Tribal art is alive in ritual masks, bronze figures, statues and fetishes used in ceremonies and rites of passage. Wooden bowls, beadwork, leather objects and other utilitarian objects offer a glimpse into the daily life and culture of people few of us will ever know." Based in Rochester, New York. [posted: Mar 04, 2004]

Marla Mallett Textiles

"We specialize in antique flat woven tribal Oriental rugs, kilims, and bags, but also handle tapestries, embroideries and other ethnic textile art." African textiles include Kente cloths, Kuba cloths, Kirdi beaded aprons, and other ethnographic objects. Based in Atlanta, GA. [posted: Mar 04, 2004]

Adire African textiles gallery

"Adire African Textiles is a London based gallery dedicated to exploring the vintage textile traditions of sub-Saharan Africa. We work with a network of partners throughout West Africa to source exceptional museum quality textiles for clients worldwide that include leading museums, private collectors, and interior designers." See also the site's pages on African textile traditions and techniques. [posted: Mar 04, 2004]

Africa Direct

"Welcome to Africa Direct with over 20.000 items in stock, our African art store features the largest online selection of African carvings, masks, baskets, textiles, beadwork, weapons, artifacts, trade beads and jewelry." [posted: Mar 04, 2004]

Africa and More

"We have an outstanding selection of African art, trade beads and collectible jewelry from Yemen. Our inventory includes masks, figures, currency, weapons, trade beads, archeological objects, ancient beads and antique Bedouin and Yemini jewelry. We also have hand woven textiles, beaded items and ornamental wear." Based in the US. [posted: Mar 04, 2004]

African Antiques Art

"David Norden has been dealing African Art in Antwerp (Belgium) since 1992, with a newsletter read by 10,000 African Art lovers. My objects come from European and American private collections, auction houses, fellow dealers and other collectors from around the world. I favour figurative masks and figures, and all fine quality carvings with good age." [posted: Mar 04, 2004]

Charles Jones African Art

"Charles Jones African Art has been in business for over twenty-five years. We display an extensive and varied collection of traditional African art in our Wilmington, NC gallery. We look forward to hearing about your collecting interests, and are happy to respond to requests for photographs or additional information. We also purchase individual pieces and collections of African art, including early photographic archives and books on African art." [posted: Mar 04, 2004]

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