The Asante used these copper weights, or mbrammuo, as a standard for weighing out gold and gold dust. While the weights of the objects were standardised, their shape could be simple or complex. This weight was cast as a rectangle with a simple geometric pattern or symbol.
|Full Name||gold dust weight|
|Material||copper alloy (cast)|
|Production county||South Ghana|
|Production year low||1400|
|Production year high||1900|
|Cultural group||Asante Akan|