This company’s website – http://www.igerbend.com – sources most of its products from the Niger Bend region of West Africa. They specialise in ethnographic pieces from this region that are discovered through their scouts who travel through the region in search of the finest quality pieces. The company is extremely well-established and started trading before the dawn of the internet in 1982. They have, in this time, formed a well-established trade network in the region. In addition to the ethnographic pieces, they also offer a range of Archaeological pieces, baskets, beads, doors, and face masks, to name just a few of the products on offer. Prices can range from $150 for beadwork, to $5000 for whole intact doors, all the way up to $7,500 to excavated bracelets, dating back to 1,200AD. Needless to say, the prices reflect the antique value of the products on offer, and this website is certainly for serious professional antique African art collectors.