Showcasing the art and ritual of the African and African-diaspora religions

Metal Crown and Ensemble for the Candomblé Goddess Oxum

Catalog Number: C165

Dimensions:

box: 11.85" x 8.72" x 5.86" 
301.00 mm x 221.55 mm x 148.81 mm

cloth: 21.25" x 14.50" 
539.75 mm x 368.30 mm

armlets: 4.63" x 4.36" x 2.36" 
117.61 mm x 110.87 mm x 59.96 mm

bracelets: 2.88" x 2.70" x 3.69" 
73.31 mm x 68.65 mm x 93.73 mm

crown: 8.04" x 8.39" x 4.47" 
204.26 mm x 213.17 mm x 113.62 mm

mirror: 10.46" x 5.51" x 0.75" 
265.59 mm x 140.03 mm x 19.11 mm

cutlass: 13.0" x 2.88" x 3.50" 
330.20 mm x 73.20 mm x 88.79 mm

necklaces: 6.33" (35.25" with chain) x 6.58" x 0.083" 
160.78 mm (895.35 mm with chain) x 167.19 mm x 2.22 mm

Materials: Cloth
Usage: N/A
Detailed Description of Significance:

According to Amilton Sacramento Costa, Oxum holds a sword because she is also a warrior.