Acquired October 2001 40.00 - Ebay sale.

Ewe doll--The Ewe are related to the Ashante people, and are found in Ghana and Togo. One of these dolls can be seen on the cover of ISN'T S/HE A DOLL, PLAY AND RITUAL IN AFRICAN SCULPTURE, by Cameron, published by the Fowler Museum of African Art, UCLA. The Ewe live in Ghana and Togo. These dolls have different uses. They are twin dolls, like the ibeji of the Yoruba. They are also used as children's dolls, fertility dolls, and worn under the skirts of young women.They are sometimes dressed or beaded. (see pictures in Cameron book.) This is a links page to my international dolls links: I am trying to have photographs from every country in the world. This is under constant revision. Contact me at if you have additional information about these dolls or would like to include photographs of your own dolls.


Lotz page on African dolls:
Dolls and twinning ceremonies in Togo:
Travel Page with Similar Dolls for Sale:
Ewe dolls: Commercial site
Example of a Ewe doll from a Virtual Doll Museum:
Examples of Ewe dolls from virtual collection:

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