500 Gallery will hold the first in a series of online African tribal art auctions on Wednesday, Sept. 30
FRANKLIN, Mass. – 500 Gallery will make a brief departure from its core business of fine art originals and attributions with the first in a series of all-tribal art auctions, online-only, on Wednesday, September 30th, at 5:30 pm Eastern time. The sale features African tribal sculptures and masks from the late 1800s through the mid-20th century. People can register and bid now, at www.500Gallery.com. Early 20th century house post from the Yoruba People of Nigeria, 73 inches tall, made from carved wood enhanced with pigments, with a main figure of a queen (est. $50,000-$150,000).500 Gallery The catalog – a taut 60
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