Akan culture is one of the traditional matrilineal cultures of Africa. Akan art is wide-ranging and renowned, especially for the tradition of crafting bronze gold weights, using the lost-wax casting method. The Akan culture reached South America, Caribbean, and North America. Used in the old days to store dust or magical fetish materials. The figurative important scene often depicts the royal Court or important tribal history. Made of bronze using the lost wax casting technique.