The Dogon built their houses on the foot of the Bandiagara cliff in Mali, West - Africa. They are known for their colourful, masked dances and ceremonies, the monumental architecture and complex culture.
To overcome the differences in level inside their villages the Dogon produced these wooden stairs. Despite the arid climate in Mali we see surface erosion on these stairs, caused by centuries of rare rainfall.
This item was exposed in musea. The tag is still available and is included in the buy. Height 152 cm, steel foot 30 x 30 cm and width upper side 40 cm
Most likely by far the oldest item on this site, you are about to buy centuries of silent footsteps.
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