This door was hand carved by the Igbo People of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Such objects serve as entrances to their houses and granaries. They are constructed from a heavy hardwood and are typically four to five centimeters thick. The exterior face is lavishly foregrounded by deep reliefs carved geometrically as circles, triangles, spikes, diagonal hatchings, dot-line motifs and lancet forms.
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