Kola nut box in the form of a cow's head, Benin, Nigeria. This type of box was used by chiefs to present kola nuts to the Oba (Benin king) for special ceremonies. Country of Origin: Nigeria. Culture: Edo. Date/Period: Date unknown. Place of Origin: Benin City. Material Size: Wood with copper & brass strips. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive / Museum fur Volkerkunde, Berlin . Location: 08.
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