Color Trends : African Ornaments(52 items)
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Featured Reviews on Color Trends : African Ornaments
Unique and beautifully executed!
I just received these wonderful ornaments and could not be more pleased. They look just like they are pictured on-site. I plan to use them as part of my permanent wall decor as apposed to using them as Christmas decorations. I am thinking of ordering some of this wonderful artists other creations. Highly recommended!
A beautiful reminder dee of African Art
These masks are exquisite ! We purchased them for ourselves and our favorite young couple as special Christmas tree ornaments. They are a bit heavy for a tree but being hung has beautiful Art as a remembrance from our time in Africa.
Robert Lanyo Hand-carved ebony wood jewelry
"I come from a family that works in arts and crafts. I appreciate the skills of people who carved and I wanted to learn the craft."
"I come from a family that works in arts and crafts. I appreciate the skills of people who carved and I wanted to learn the craft.
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Popular Color Trends : African Ornaments
Wood ornaments (Set of 3), "Three Kings"$44.99
An important part of the Christmas story, the three kings brought gifts to baby Jesus. Daniel Nyadedzor sculpts the trio from sese wood, bringing African art to holiday décor.
Because each ornament is individually carved and painted by hand, the features may vary from those pictured.
African Wood Christmas Ornaments (Set of 3), "Three Kings"$44.99
West Africa’s Daniel Nyadedzor hand-carves this set of three tree ornaments, depicting the three kings who proffered gifts to Baby Jesus.
Because each ornament is individually carved and painted by hand, the features may vary slightly from those pictured.
Ghana Artisan Crafted Fish Theme Ornaments (Set of 4), "Little Ghanaian Fish"$44.99
Deftly carving sese wood, Anna Yawson crafts a set of ornaments in the shape of tilapia fish. Applications of white clay add texture. Painted by hand in brown, black and yellow, they are named a Ga phrase meaning "little fish."
African Wood Christmas Ornaments (Set of 4), "Celebration Masks"$49.99
Victor Yao Delanyo celebrates the art of the Ewe people of Ghana with an assortment of hand-carved sese wood masks. Two feature embossed brass plates to resemble tribal scarifications, and two are painted by hand. The ornaments hang from leather hoops.