Primitive Kenyan Giraffe Hide Bag

$400.00

Ethnographic Primitive giraffe hide bag from Gabraland, Kenya. Made by the Maikona and Marsabit tribe people. Large piece of giraffe hide that was folded and sewn together to make a Primitive bag. Hardened into a vessel shape with an open top. Interesting cultural display objet d'art deaccessioned from the California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco. Discovered in 1960, true age undetermined.

Dimensions:10"w x 6"d  x 13"h

Circa: 1960

Condition: Distressed, wear consistent with age and use. Primitive construction.