African War Club

African War club from the Dinka people Upper Nile Sudan

Object Type: War Club

Locality: Sudan Africa

Artist: Unknown

Circa: 1900

Height: 58 cm

Description: Most Dinka clubs are fairly boring but this one has a superb form. The graceful curve allows and point allows you to hit an enemy behind a parrying shield in hand to hand combat.

A very simple primitive and elegant weapon

Price: SOLD


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African war club from the Dinka Tribe

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