Finely carved piece of wood used to fix tents and/or mark the surrounding of the encampment. The Saharan desert is particularly stingy in wood making this object one of the most precious. In addition to its very utilitarian and functional use, they also have a symbolic force that makes it possible to identify the encampment. They can only have been sculpted by the members of a guild called Enaden (literally, the other).
|Dimensions||84 x 11 cm|
Late 19th Century
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