Southern Africa, possibly Zulu people, ca. early 20th century CE. A fine hand-carved example of a knobkierie, a club with a large knob at one end, made to be thrown at animals while hunting. With a long, thin handle, and terminating in a rounded knob set inside of a ridged curve, all carved from a single piece of wood. Size: 2.45" W x 21.45" H (6.2 cm x 54.5 cm)
Provenance: private Chicago, USA collection, acquired in the 1980s
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