Very old african carved wood head crest in the form of a long horned antelope with a very long snout with drilled nostrils and tongue showing between parted jaws. Two small eyes are carved flanking the flat forehead, ears extend to the sides and the two very long, down-curved horns bear incised spiralling and have a low crest between. Surface wear, chip under chin and one of three attachment holes damaged on underside. Provenance: Ex. Sheldon Ross Gallery, Birmingham, MI.