African Feminine “Wife from the Hereafter” Figurine/Fetish in wood from the Baule ethnic group of Ivory Coast - “Waka-Sona” Fetish (wooden being in Baule) representing a “Blolo Bla” (wife from the hereafter).
The Blolo corresponds to everything which is on the other side of life. When an argument occurred within the couple, one would blame a mythical spouse from the hereafter, considering that he/her would disturb the household, because it probably is a soul seeking for its memories, couples would regain seduction and peace within the household by consecrating one day a week to this spirit from the hereafter, in order to calm and honour it, to improve the couple’s relationship.
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- Ancestor statue
- Indigenous object name
- Fétiche "waka-sona" représentant un "blolo bla" (épouse de l'au-delà).
- Ethnic group/ culture
- Region/ country
- Ivory Coast
- 1st half 20th century
- Vintage - used with visible signs of wear
- Sold with stand
- 37×8×9 cm
- 0.56 kg