African Brown Decorative Boxes(32 items)
Featured Reviews on African Brown Decorative Boxes
Extremely fine detail and beautifully crafted
The ebony box is truly one of a kind as it is handmade and unique the ebony wood is handsome and clean lines make it modern and retro all in the same breath. Artisan?s such as Mr Lanyo are the truly blessed and gifted. I would highly recommend a gift such as this as mentioned ebony wood being highly prized and rare so is the maker
Rich with detail
This creative jewel box is striking and will draw positive attention with its uniqueness. Very happy with my purchase.
Abdul Aziz Mohamadu Hand-carved African masks
"In 2000, I went into carving and since then I have never regretted it. But I haven't abandoned painting completely either."
Popular African Brown Decorative Boxes
Artisan Crafted Wood Decorative Box with Aluminum Diamonds, "Akan Diamond Hearts"$67.99
Daniel Quarcoo is inspired by the Akan box, which is usually given filled with beads to young women of child bearing years. Quarcoo handcrafts the sese wood box with embossed aluminum diamonds on one side, and linked hearts on the other.
Hand Crafted Ebony Wood Decorative Box Ghana (6 Inches), "Minimalist Keeper"$49.99
Store accessories and keepsakes in this sleek, decorative box from Ghanaian artisan Robert Lanyo. A smooth lid opens to a unlined single compartment that is perfect for small items. Hand carved from ebony wood, the attractive design is enhanced with a natural finish.
Sese Wood and Aluminum Duck Decorative Box from Ghana, "Weathered Duck"$99.99
Cedar wood is hand-carved into this textured decorative box that depicts a duck. Ghanaian artisan Raphat Asigbey designs it, adding a beige and brown tone to its relief surface. Embossed aluminum forms each wing against the duck's body. It opens to a single-compartment interior for storing small items.
Unique Wood Decorative Box, "Jeweled Love"$169.99
Baule customs dictate that a husband give this stunning box to his wife. Known as ("jewel"), it stands on three expressive legs depicting masks and the lid features a fourth face. Master carver Salihu Ibrahim expertly replicates the artistry of the Baule people from Cote d'Ivoire as he carves the sese wood vessel with exquisite details.