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Fine Tribal Gallery offers the most authentic and original tribally used masks and carvings from the remotest of villages throughout West and Central Africa. We also offer Oceanic tribal art from 'Private Collections' including some incredible 'Sepik river' pieces donated to help raise funds for our aid work.

We are very experienced Tribal Art collectors with eclectic personal collections spanning decades. Our extensive network covers countries from Mali to the Congo and consists of prominent villagers, local chiefs and other collectors. Thus, we are in an ideal position to offer the highest quality authentic tribal antiques to suit both the occasional buyer and the most discerning of collectors.

Our aim is to help support some orphanages and villages we love in West Africa through the sale of African tribally used Art. This effort is spearheaded by Steve who has dedicated himself to this task.

We opened the 'Fine Tribal Gallery Ltd' several years ago, in the UK's 'The Terrace' Cultural Quarter, adjacent to the famous 'Collection' Museum. Our aim was to bring our wonderful tribal pieces to a wider audience, and to conduct exhibitions and shows highlighting the varied and spiritual aspects of Tribal Art.
We were working with one of the most influential dealers in Paris and collectors could see many of our pieces in our shared Gallery along the 'Rue des Beaux Arts' in Paris. We hope quite soon, to have some pieces exhibited in the world famous 'Musee Quai Branly' in Paris.

We are no longer a Ltd company, and I hope soon to be able to annouce that we are a UK registered Charity, as well as a tribal dealer exhibiting in our UK, Cologne and Paris galleries .
'Fine Tribal Gallery' is now run by Steve, however 'Michaela Berko' is no longer a director,
and 'Fine Tribal Gallery Ltd' no longer exists as a Limited Company, due to the fact that Michaelas
Multiple Sclerosis has become so bad that she could no longer function as a company director.

We look forward to welcoming you to our vision of the world of tribal antiques, and to helping you
build amazing tribal collections!