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Wooden rat trap from Nigeria which dates from 1900 – 1917. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich.

Wooden rat trap from Nigeria which dates from 1900 – 1917. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich.

Wooden bird (possibly a duck) carving from Nigeria which dates from 1900 - 1917. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collections, Ipswich.

Wooden bird (possibly a duck) carving from Nigeria which dates from 1900 - 1917. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collections, Ipswich.

Wooden rat trap from Nigeria which dates from 1900 – 1917. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich.

Wooden rat trap from Nigeria which dates from 1900 – 1917. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich.

Head of wooden bird (possibly a duck) carving from Nigeria which dates from 1900 - 1917. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collections, Ipswich.

Head of wooden bird (possibly a duck) carving from Nigeria which dates from 1900 - 1917. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collections, Ipswich.

Black and white striped dog carving from Nigeria which dates from 1900 - 1917. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich.

Black and white striped dog carving from Nigeria which dates from 1900 - 1917. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich.

Coil leather and grass plate from Nigeria which dates from 1900 – 1917. This plate would have usually been used to present dry food but could also have been used as a lid to keep flies away. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich.

Coil leather and grass plate from Nigeria which dates from 1900 – 1917. This plate would have usually been used to present dry food but could also have been used as a lid to keep flies away. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich.

Chalk patterned gourd pot from Nigeria which dates from 1900 – 1917 which was used for storing and serving food. The rind has been hollowed out and chalk has been used to highlight these hollows in the pattern of a crocodile. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich.

Chalk patterned gourd pot from Nigeria which dates from 1900 – 1917 which was used for storing and serving food. The rind has been hollowed out and chalk has been used to highlight these hollows in the pattern of a crocodile. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich.

Lamellaphone (thumb piano) from Nigeria which dates from 1900 – 1917 and is from the Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich. This is a very widespread form of musical instrument in Africa, often played by itself for personal pleasure as well as in groups of musicians.

Lamellaphone (thumb piano) from Nigeria which dates from 1900 – 1917 and is from the Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich. This is a very widespread form of musical instrument in Africa, often played by itself for personal pleasure as well as in groups of musicians.

Head of black and white striped dog carving from Nigeria which dates from 1900 - 1917. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich.

Head of black and white striped dog carving from Nigeria which dates from 1900 - 1917. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich.

Part of a coil leather and grass plate from Nigeria which dates from 1900 – 1917. This plate would have usually been used to present dry food but could also have been used as a lid to keep flies away. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich.

Part of a coil leather and grass plate from Nigeria which dates from 1900 – 1917. This plate would have usually been used to present dry food but could also have been used as a lid to keep flies away. Charles Partridge Collection, World Collection, Ipswich.

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