Africa has always been a very fascinating land for nature lovers. Widely known for its tribal life and wildlife, this continent depicts the nature in its wildest form. The African market is widely visited for its unique artwork and sculpture. The tribal and artifacts of the African market which include masks, figures and drums are popular for their authentic structure and are regarded as the true cultural pieces of the land of tribes. The ethnicity of these pieces lie in their structure and variations in their shapes. Starting from stunning hair pins to beautiful masks, the tribal and artifacts showcase a wide variety of products from the continent.
The Africans make a bronze pot which is one of the most famous artifacts of the land. It is a small, unique pot from Nigeria and is casted with nubbins all around it. It has a cat like face with nubbed lid. The pot had been in use since last sixty to eighty years and people of Africa has still retained its originality. Needless to mention, the African masks have always been in huge demand and they still rule the African market. Well then be prepared to get fascinated by a large helmet mask from the Kuba group which is made up from a single piece of wood and covers the entire head of a person. This mask is carved to resemble the 'Nyati'(buffalo) and is therefore named after it.
The list of the tribal and artifacts from the African land does not stop with it. Some people have fascination for art collection and nothing could make a better piece for them other than the tribal art pieces of Africa. There is an art piece which depicts the Chief of a tribe on the back of a horse. It is said that the art piece was used by the Chief of the village in Cote D'Ivoire. The rare pieces of this artwork are in excellent condition and are seventy to eighty years old.
Now think of an artwork that you can wear and use in your daily life. This indeed sounds exciting. Well then be prepared to get astonished by the beautiful and functional hairpins which are made by the Kwere people who live near the East Central Coast of Tanzania. You can use the Kwere hairpins in your everyday life. You can embellish your home with the tribal and artifacts and to do so you can buy them online from the online websites of African Conservation Centers which have separate pages of African market.