From the collection of William ‘Billy’ Jamieson.

A 20th century wooden African sculpture of a long-horned gazelle, possibly the top ornament of a headdress. The body
is curved and carved into a small rectangular base, and is attached to the head with small metal clamps. The face is
carved into two lips and a tongue, with geometric patterns incised on the crown of the head, with protruding massive
horns engraved with swirling ridges.

Weight .6 kg
Dimensions 65 x 12 x 33 cm