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African animal applique areas Ashanti Ashanti tribe basket beads Belgian Congo Benin body Bottom left Bottom right British Museum British Museum.—The Bushongo tribe calabash calabash decoration Cameroons cicatrization clay Coast coiled basketry Congo Belge Congo Belge.—The covered craft craftsmen Dahomey DECORATION ON WOOD dyed dyeing embroidered embroidery engraved example fibre figures forms French Sudan geometrical pattern Ghana ground Hausa Height Ibibio impressed pattern incised interesting ivory large number leather low relief Lower Congo material MATS AND SCREENS matt surface Mbala Mbolo metal method moulded decoration Musee Royal Museum.—A natural colour naturalistic Northern Nigeria ochre panels pattern motifs pile cloth Pitt Rivers Museum plaited POTTERY DESIGN printing Provenance raffia cloth representational Royal du Congo scraped sewn specimen stitching strips stylized surface symbols technique TEXTILE DESIGN Top texture pattern threads Top right Tusi Uganda vessel wall paintings warp weaving weft wood carving wooden Yoruba