Assumed to be depiction of local chief, hero, or warrior, the large size scaled statue of a warrior chief is some of the world’s most intriguing archeological artifacts. Cast in quality designer resin and finished to look like rough, chiseled stone, this exclusive replica sculpture adds a South Seas accent in your home or garden. This Warrior Chief sculpture is from the Republic of Benin in West Africa, formerly one of the most powerful African kingdoms. The culture was dominated by the military, with warrior chiefs having complete control over their subjects. This sculpture was created in the 16th century, before firearms began to emerge in Benin life. Here, the Warrior Chief is donning a ceremonial hat and carries a spear, the traditional weapon of the time. It was also customary for warriors to carry a protective charm and a bell. The warriors would all clang their bells in unison before attacking their enemies.