Pitt Rivers Museum 1987.33.5 Copper alloy weight used for weighing gold in the shape of a knife with an animal's head at the top of the blade.
Chosen by Dr. Mark Seyram Amanyo-Xa and students from the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, University of Ghana and captured on a project visit to Pitt Rivers Museum in May 2023. Compiled and optimised for web by Thomas Allison. OBJ and GLB files.
Length 100 mm
Material: Copper Alloy Metal, Process: Lost Wax Cast