Bronze Dogon Pirogue – The Dogon are people living southwest of Niger in the Mopti region of Mali. The population . numbers around 300 000 souls. They produce many African art pieces in bronze using the lost wax technique. This Dogon canoe is a lovely example. The body of the pirogue has been inspired by the crocodile. An oarsman at the prow guides the canoe, while in the middle – the primordial couple sit with companions, finally, a second oarsman restrains the canoe.
Origin – Mali, West AfricaPlease Note: Shipping and applicable RSA VAT added on checkout
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|Packaged Weight||1.5 kg|
|Packaged Dimensions||40 × 15 × 10 cm|
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|Actual Product Dimensions||
27cm x 6cm x 9cm