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MOROCCAN, TUAREG, BERBER,BEDOUIN TENT POLE #9315

An early 20th century Moroccan tent pole from either the Tuareg, Berber, Bedouin or similar desert tribe, the 47 inch, 120cm pole turned from one piece of wood and with line and carved decoration, some loses to the flanges, old collection number painted at the base and the previous owners collection label, "H" under a crown. Nice patina, weight 4 kilo   #9315yl.

 Formerly in the collection of Prince Henrik of Denmark, 1934-2018, consort to Queen Margrethe of Denmark, his collection of African art formed over many years during his visits to Africa in his role as Ambassador of the Red Cross. This item was either presented to him or collected by him during his years of travel in Africa. His collection was displayed at the Gammel Holtgaard art museum in Holte for 3 months in 2009 and was then returned to their place in the royal couple's private apartments at Fredensborg Palace.

 

£290.00

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