When I first saw this piece I thought it was new. I've seen welded pieces by Picasso that looked similar. But nope, this was made in Benin in 1858.
Indonesian statuary from the same time frame.
A huge totem from Taiwan - this was something like 10 feet tall. It's made out of wood, but looks coppery.
A Pakistani sculpture from approximately the end of the 19th century, beginning of the 20th.
I love the tool marks on the head and the cracking of the wood.
This one is actually in my guidebook. This tall male figure is from the island of Vanuatu in the South Pacific and was made in the early 19th centure. The blue paint was made by mixing lime, burnt coral, and "dolly" blue. Dolly blue? I don't know what that is, but the patina is extraordinary.
This is a figure of a god from Hawaii made in the 18th century from wicker, mother-of-pearl, and dogs' teeth amongst other things.
Best for last. I turned a corner and was completely blown away by this head from Easter Island. Oh my, it is glorious. And large.