Brass Sculpture

Bamoun Fertility woman

Brass Fertility symbol from the Bamoun tribe: The sculpture above is to insure the fertility and vitality of human beings. Young women often pray to these types of images so that they may be blessed with healthy babies.

In African tradition women are seen as the "Mother" of humankind from whom all people originate. The woman a creation of God becomes the instrument of human life. Women play important roles in personal rituals of status transformation associated with birth and puberty.  At childbirth, women express gratitude to God with prayers and sacrifices.

Item #: SLF_2194 Size: +/- 14 inches Weight: +/- 9lbs Price: $685.00
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