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Ghana | Anklet from the Frafra people | Bronze alloy | 30 CHF ~ sold (Oct '12)

Ghana | Anklet from the Frafra people | Bronze alloy | 30 CHF ~ sold (Oct '12)

Africa | Bracelet from the Frafra people of Ghana | Bronze alloy | 50 CHF ~ sold (Oct '12)

Africa | Bracelet from the Frafra people of Ghana | Bronze alloy | 50 CHF ~ sold (Oct '12)

Ghana | Bracelet from the Kasena people | Stone | 90 CHF ~ sold (Sept '12)

Ghana | Bracelet from the Kasena people | Stone | 90 CHF ~ sold (Sept '12)

West Africa - Ivory Coast and Mali | Bracelets from the Dogon, Frafra and Dan people; bronze alloy. | Est. 200 - 300€ ~  (Oct '15)

West Africa - Ivory Coast and Mali | Bracelets from the Dogon, Frafra and Dan people; bronze alloy. | Est. 200 - 300€ ~ (Oct '15)

Africa | Bracelet with three bells from the Akan people | Bronze alloy | 240€ ~ sold (Apr '14)

Africa | Bracelet with three bells from the Akan people | Bronze alloy | 240€ ~ sold (Apr '14)

Africa | Two bracelets from the Gurunsi people of Burkina Faso | Cu alloy (Bronze).  The Gurunsi (especially Frafra) used the casting technique with Cu alloy (bronze) much earlier than the Lobi. Cu alloys are based on copper with aluminium, tin or silicium, often with allotment of iron, nickel and mangan. | 160€ ~ sold

Africa | Two bracelets from the Gurunsi people of Burkina Faso | Cu alloy (Bronze). The Gurunsi (especially Frafra) used the casting technique with Cu alloy (bronze) much earlier than the Lobi. Cu alloys are based on copper with aluminium, tin or silicium, often with allotment of iron, nickel and mangan. | 160€ ~ sold

Ghana | Pendant in the form of a leopard eating an antelope from the Ashanti people | ca. 19th century | Bronze alloy | 3000€ ~ sold (Mar '11)

Ghana | Pendant in the form of a leopard eating an antelope from the Ashanti people | ca. 19th century | Bronze alloy | 3000€ ~ sold (Mar '11)

Africa | Two bracelets from the Baule people and one excavated Gurunsi bracelet | 400€ ~ sold (April '14)

Africa | Two bracelets from the Baule people and one excavated Gurunsi bracelet | 400€ ~ sold (April '14)

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