Sao Sokoto horse rider Putchu Guinadji - SOLD OUT

In African art, we find horsemen and equestrian figures in the artistic corpus of many ethnic and civilizations. Small figurines of this type are called Putchu Guinadji. These African riders come from Chad, historically from Sao Kotoko (or Sokoto).
A figure wearing a turban is on his mount. He wears various accessories and is sometimes accompanied by another smaller character, this is the case here.

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Data sheet

Presumed dating
Circa 1950
Size
+/- 6 cm
Ethnic group
Sao Kotoko
Material(s)
Bronze
Country
Chad
Origin
Tribal art collection France
Condition
Excellent

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