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Trigonolith "Stone with three points", object of Amerindian inspiration, in patinated clay.

Dimensions: 36 x 22 cm

Several dimensions possible

Artist: Octave Noël

  • origins

    Here in terracotta, the trigonolites are mainly made of stone and shell.

    Very redundant in the "tanio 'culture of the Greater Antilles, the three-pointed stone is also called" Zemi "(God), that is to say, the representation of a deified ancestor.

    The three-point stones also symbolize fertility. They help women to give birth.

    Handled and used as a spade in the garden, they generated the power of fertility.

    A three-pointed stone was found in Paquemar, in the town of Vauclin, in Martinique.

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