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Africa | A collection of gold weights from the Akan people of Ghana | Brass

Africa | A collection of gold weights from the Akan people of Ghana | Brass

The National Archives UK - CO 1069-46-5 - Agriculture in Ghana - Wikipedia

The National Archives UK - CO - Agriculture in Ghana - Wikipedia

KENTE CLOTH: GHANA`S ASHANTI CULTURAL HERITAGE

Kente is a ceremonial cloth hand-woven on a horizontal treadle loom, kente comes in strips measuring about 4 inches wide and sown together.

King -Ghana print

Cape Coast, also known as Cabo Corso by the Portuguese and Oguaa by its Fante natives is Ghana`s first capital town and the Central Regio.

Africa | Collection of rings from the Ashanti peoples of Ghana | Gold, usually below 14k | These rings would have been made and worn by members of the Ashanti royal family and entourage | ca. 1950s/60s.  LINDO !

Africa Collection of rings from the Ashanti peoples of Ghana Gold, usually below These rings would have been made and worn by members of the Ashanti royal family and entourage ca.

AFRICAN KINGS by International Photographer James C. Lewis | King Osei Tutu (circa 1650-1717) Osei Tutu was the founder and first ruler of the Asante nation, a great West African kingdom now known as Ghana. He tripled the geographic size of Asante and the kingdom was a significant power that endured for two centuries. Model: Kellen Marcus

Osei Tutu was the founder and first ruler of the Asante nation, a great West African kingdom now known as Ghana.

Painted huts enclose a courtyard where a woman weaves mats from millet stalks. Such courtyards serve as the primary focus of domestic activity.

Painted huts enclose a courtyard where a woman weaves mats from millet stalks. Such courtyards serve as the primary focus of domestic activity.

Silk Art, Ghana - Notice the women are presenting Adinkra in the bowls - from top to bottom - Akofena (sword of war), Gye Nyame (Only God) and Sankofa (go and take it again).

I started marketing and promoting the artwork of Yeb about five years ago on my website Inside African Art - it was a hit!

Bantama mausoleum was destroyed by the British on 20 January 1896 Ramseyer | by imknowmadic2

Bantama mausoleum was destroyed by the British on 20 January 1896 Ramseyer | by imknowmadic2

Otumfuo Osei Agyeman Prempeh II - Google Search

Prempeh I on his arrival in Seychelles from Sierra Leone to begin his exile.

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