A unique tribal bronze sculptured in the form of African Ashanti Warriors…
This is an excellent example of 18th-century African art in the form of a bronze sculpture depicting Ashanti Warriors, both with a spear and one riding a horse with the addition of a shield. The statue depicts the warriors setting out on a hunting trip.
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About Ashanti Warriors
The Ashanti tribe were known for fierceness and bravery. They are a tribe that proved the most difficult to the European invaders due to their fearlessness. The people of this tribe have a slogan: “If I go forward, I die, If I go backward, I die, Better go forward and die.” When the Ashanti tribe was faced with war, they used drums to signal the upcoming battle.