Bamana Puppet


Bamana puppets were an integral part of village celebration. A platform covered with cloth or grasses was set up, and performance was staged by the youth association. Often men wearing masks and costumes performed along side the puppets. This tradition originated in medieval Ghana. Bozo and Bamana puppets are closely related. Both are created by local black smiths. 

Product Details:

  • Size: 32" x 9" x 10"
  • Shipping: $90
  • Material: wood, brass
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