KOTA STYLE THROWING KNIVES, Gabon

These cut-metal objects are inspired by the designs of forged iron throwing knives. While originating from the African continent, they are
likely not created by the tribes who invented the designs. The tribal attributions indicate the origin of the design, not the object.

 

 

KOTA
Knife 63
14" high x 14.5" wide
$300

KOTA
Knife 58
16" high x 14" wide
$250

KOTA
Knife 53
13.5" high x 13" wide
$150 


KOTA
Knife 61
18" high x 13.5" wide
$150

KOTA
Knife 62
15.75" high x 14" wide
$150

KOTA
Knife 64
17.5" high x 13" wide
SOLD


KOTA
Knife 65
14" high x 15" wide
$150

 

KOTA
Knife 30
14" high x 12" wide
$100

KOTA
Knife 22
13" high x 12" wide
$75

Photographs © Hamill Gallery

KOTA STYLE, Knife Currencies, Gabon.

These cut-metal objects are inspired by the designs of forged iron throwing knives. While originating from the African continent, they are likely not created by the tribes who invented the designs. The tribal attributions indicate the origin of the design, not the object.

Despite their appearance the knives in this collection show no evidence of age or use and were probably made to be sold.

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