This is a very unique and hard to find African Akan/Ashanti gold weights (mrammou). They are made of brass and made during the
late 17th and 18th centuries. They were originally used prior to the paper money systems. They were used to weigh out gold dust. They are made of brass. This mrammou usually depicted proverbs and symbols that held cultural significance within the Akan culture.They were given as wedding gifts, so that a groom would be able to enter the merchant trade respectably and successfully. A wonderful addition to your home or collection.
Shows Natural Age and Wear
6 Inches Tall
3 1/4 Inches Wide
1 1/4 Inches Deep
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