In West Africa, this bronze figure was an essential to the definition of the male and his power with in tribe and their culture. Each one was different and depicted proverbs and symbols that held cultural significance in Akan culture. The status of a man was significantly enhanced by owning a collection of status sculptures. The status of mother and child dealt with fertility and family, and extremely important within the culture and in the role of the female. They were given as wedding gifts. A wonderful addition to your home or collection.
Shows Natural Age and Wear
7 Inches Tall
1 3/4 Inches Wide
2 Inches Deep
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