Dogon Ladder 56.5"
Dogon Ladder standing 56.5" tall from the Dogon tribe in Mali, Africa. The Notched ladders are used by the Dogon people to access the upper levels of granaries, climb onto the flat roofs of houses, and bridge clefts in cliffs. Though in fact used by many peoples in the southern part of West Africa, these ladders are most commonly associated with the Dogon.
Period: 19th Century
Condition: Good Condition. Wear consistent with age.
Materials: Black nut Wood
- Origin: Mali, Africa