Konga Currency

$195.00

Nkutshu People.

They were made by the Nkutshu smiths who gave them to the Song-Meno in exchange for copper in its raw state. They were most important objects used for payment of the marriage dowry.

 

Description

Nkutshu People.

They were made by the Nkutshu smiths who gave them to the Song-Meno in exchange for copper in its raw state. They were most important objects used for payment of the marriage dowry.

 

Additional information

Origin

West Africa/Zaire

Dimensions

17.5" x 10" x 2.75" With Stand 19" x 12.75" x 4.5"


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