African Culture Accessories for Men(32 items)
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Her work is so beautiful and better each time
Work of art that gets better each purchase I?ve had! Truly a work of art and this is my favorite artist and cane!
Deborah Osei Boakye Kente cloth art
"Through kente cloth, I can express my appreciation of how the Ashanti culture and Western culture have found a point of integration."
"I am the last of nine children, born in June of 1965 in Accra, the capital of Ghana.... read more
Popular African Culture Accessories for Men
Ghanaian African Kente Print Cotton 2-Layer Ear Loops Mask, "Kente Melange"$17.99
Jane Mbilla selects a colorful kente cloth print for this face mask. The pattern is known as Edwene asa, which means "all motifs are used up" in the Akan language. Each color has its own meaning in Asante culture. Green is fertility and new harvest, gold is royalty, black is strength, aging and spirituality, and white is purity. Lined in white, the cotton mask is double-layered, washable and reusable, with elastic to loop over the ears.
Placement of the motifs can vary but the fabric will be the same.
2 Ornate Blue African Print Cotton Tie-On Family Pack Masks, "Blue Gatekeeper"$23.99
By artist K. Baka, this pair of face masks takes shape in a beautiful African print that recalls an ornate wrought iron gate. The set includes one sized for adults, the other for a child, in navy against serene sky blue. Both tie around the head, are double-layered, are washable and reusable.
2 Multicolor Contoured 2-Layer African Cotton Print Masks, "Nsubura"$17.99
Bright colors bring optimism to this design by Alami Haruna. She selects vivid West African prints in cotton to create a pair of contoured face masks. Called they take their name from a word in the Akan language of Ghana, meaning "spring water." Both masks are washable and reusable, double-layered and feature elastic to loop over the ears.
Placement of colors and motifs will vary but the fabric will remain the same.
Gye Nyame Motif Wood Walking Stick from Ghana, "Gye Nyame Stride"$119.99
This handsome walking stick from Ghanaian artisan Kwasi Asante is carved in a twisted shape with a loop for a handle. Centering the design is the symbol , which means "except for God", and acknowledges the omnipotence and immortality of God. The artisan paints the walking stick in an attractive contrast of brown and black. Adinkra symbols were created by the Asante peoples of Ghana; they are visual icons that represent a characteristic or proverb.