Doll made in Ghana depicting a woman belonging to the Ashanti ethnic group, wearing a dress made of traditional Kente cloth. Most likely missing a pot with pounding stick in front of her of maybe a baby she once was holding in her arms.
Folklore is in the air… uhm… ear!
Object Doll wearing Kente attire Origin Ghana Culture Ashanti people Medium Fabric, wire, wood Mark or Tag None Made by Unknown Size H 16 cm Dated Not dated Acquired Fleamarket
Here's a postcard that matches this doll. It shows how the people living in Ghana are dressed in their traditional costume.
Text on the back of the postcard: 'Traditional Kente Attire'. Stamp removed, postmark unclear. No visible date.