An Akan Peoples, Ghana Copper Alloy Sculpture of a Crocodile

An Akan Peoples, Ghana Copper Alloy Sculpture of a Crocodile
Individually cast in the lost wax method
19th Century
Size: 29cm long – 11½ ins long
The peoples of Sub-Saharan Africa from their earliest history have remained close to nature and have created a network of significant relationships with the animal world, which united myth, proverb and popular wisdom. Animals were part of the symbolism of tribal power and semi-aquatic creatures are prominent with crocodiles appearing as the guardians of law and order.

An Akan Peoples, Ghana Copper Alloy Sculpture of a Crocodile

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