- Lidded Saltcellar
- Kamienna głowa (mahe yafei), lud Qisi
- Bundu / Sowei Helmet Mask (Mende peoples)
- Helmet Mask (Mende or Sherbro peoples)
- Maska sowei: Duch Sierra Leone
- Bawełniany hamak, plemię Vai
- Ceremonial Ladle (Dan peoples)
Unique to the region around Sierra Leone, sowei masks are worn by senior members of the all-female Sande Society during rite-of-passage ceremonies that signify a girl's transition to adulthood.
Each mask has an individual personality and is given a name which is revealed in a dream. For many years the name of this mask was lost. However, in a special ceremony in January 2013 members of the Sierra Leonean diaspora community in London gave the mask a new name: Gbavo, meaning ‘crowd-puller’ or ‘to attract people’s attention’. The newly-named mask was then formally re-presented to the British Museum. © Trustees of the British Museum. Stworzone przez: British Museum.