Wood fertility doll, 'Future Child' (Ghana)



Short limbs and a large head establish this child as a toddler. Elegant handloomed kente cloth and beads clothe the figure, carved by Salihu Ibrahim. It represents a kirdi doll, traditionally kept by women of the Dawayo tribe in Cameroon. Serving as surrogates when a woman cannot bear children, the dolls are carefully cared for, as they symbolize potential motherhood.

Wood fertility doll, 'Future Child' (Ghana) Review

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