A vintage bronze hand cast sculpture of a horse and a rider in golden and black finish, is a reminder of the several warrior communities that pervaded Sub-Saharan Africa, especially the Tuaregs from the Sahara Desert.
1. Authentic traditional art of casting bronze from West Africa, called cire perdue or Lost Wax Technique.
2.100% hand modelled in wax, hand cast in bronze, copper and other alloys over a core of clay.
3. In direct lost-wax casting, every object produced is always unique and one-of-a-kind, as the mold is necessarily destroyed as part of the casting process. So, no two products are alike. They can be similar, but never the same.