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Kotoko  H: 3,2 cm (1,3″), L: 4,4 cm (1,8″)  These cast equestrian figures, excavated in Chad, were cast by the Kotoko, descendants of the Sao (who disappeared in the 16th C.). Little is known of the Kotoko civilization, but the Sao was one of the oldest iron-working cultures in West Africa.

Kotoko H: 3,2 cm (1,3″), L: 4,4 cm (1,8″) These cast equestrian figures, excavated in Chad, were cast by the Kotoko, descendants of the Sao (who disappeared in the 16th C.). Little is known of the Kotoko civilization, but the Sao was one of the oldest iron-working cultures in West Africa.

KOTOKO BRASS EQUESTRIAN FIGURE, CHAD Height: 1 1/2 in (3.8 cm)

KOTOKO BRASS EQUESTRIAN FIGURE, CHAD Height: 1 1/2 in (3.8 cm)

Kotoko equestrian figure,  Chad

Kotoko equestrian figure, Chad

Ring with Equestrian Figure, Based Kotoko People Chad, Central Africa 20th C. Cast Bronze 1.75'' W x 1'' D x 3'' H

Ring with Equestrian Figure, Based Kotoko People Chad, Central Africa 20th C. Cast Bronze 1.75'' W x 1'' D x 3'' H

Equestrian Figure, with Carrying Strap Kotoko People Chad, Central Africa 20th C. Cast Bronze with Leather 4.5'' W x 1.25'' D x 4.25'' H

Equestrian Figure, with Carrying Strap Kotoko People Chad, Central Africa 20th C. Cast Bronze with Leather 4.5'' W x 1.25'' D x 4.25'' H

The “Kotoko Equestrians, Guardians of the Soul” are miniature bronze figurines – .. featuring exceptional stylistic versatility and strong symbolic meaning in the culture of the African Kotoko people. Similar to amulets worn around the world believed to bring good luck or blessings of the gods, “Kotoko Equestrians” are personal items most often worn as pendants on necklaces or bracelets, which represent a source of spiritual strength for their owners. Weight 4 gram, height 2 cm, lenght 3,3…

The “Kotoko Equestrians, Guardians of the Soul” are miniature bronze figurines – .. featuring exceptional stylistic versatility and strong symbolic meaning in the culture of the African Kotoko people. Similar to amulets worn around the world believed to bring good luck or blessings of the gods, “Kotoko Equestrians” are personal items most often worn as pendants on necklaces or bracelets, which represent a source of spiritual strength for their owners. Weight 4 gram, height 2 cm, lenght 3,3…

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