This bronze amulet from the Senufo or Tousian culture served as a protective charm. It was originally attached to a leather fixture, which would have been wrapped around the upper arm.
The amulet depicts four linked figures, standing in a row, poised with their hands touching their abdomen. Each figure is adorned with a series of spiral decorations. The lower section of the amulet is adorned with fine cross-hatched design.
Estimated Period: Early 20th Century
H (Incl. Stand): 10.5cm
H (Excl. Stand): 9cm
W (Incl. Stand): 11cm