This Nigerian clog sandal has been carved from a single piece of wood that has been hollowed-out to create two stilts at front and back. The wood has been decorated with black poker work in geometric patterns around the sides of the clog. Held on the foot with two types of leather thongs; two overlapping wide leather straps are joined by a slimmer, plaited leather cord between the toes. The leather thongs have also been decorated in similar geometric patterns and are threaded through holes in the sole and knotted in place. The sandal has woven leather buttons to fasten the straps together.
Made in 1924.