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An additional to my Kwanzaa Set
This Sankofa Adinkra Symbol Wood Stool is ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFULLY designed. The quality is OUTSTANDING and the beading work is PERFECT and the colors are VIBRANT. It will be revered as a piece of my Kwanzaa Celebration.
My Second African Target
This is the second African Target that I have purchased and it is a beautiful addition to the artifacts from Ghana I have on display in my townhome
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Decorative Beaded Mini African Stool with Adinkra Symbols, "Adinkra Sankofa"$99.99
This decorative stool brings a touch of African culture to any home, crafted by hand of sese wood and accented with brass triangle motifs. Victoria Agyepomaa draws her inspiration from the traditional motifs of the Ashanti tribe, depicting a bird with multicolored beads of recycled glass, its form originating from the shape of a stylized heart. This symbol encourages us to learn from the past. The bottom part of the stool features an Akan symbol that reads symbolizing the supremacy of God.
Lime Green Decorative Accent Balinese Umbrella, "Sacred Moment in Lime"$64.99
This charming Balinese umbrella will be an interesting conversation piece in any home. Crafted by Rinni, it replicates the kind of parasol that would be used for ceremonies and in sacred (temples) in Bali. The artisan uses apple green cotton and native suar wood to create the small parasol, adding festive tassels, gold-toned aluminum ornaments, beads and jingling bells. The parasol arrives with a wood base for display.
Hand-Painted Wood Decorative Pedestal from India, "Kashmir Garden"$89.99
After the rich tradition of Kashmir handicrafts, Indian artisan Mohammad Husain Baba creates this awe-inspiring decorative pedestal. Resembling a miniature table, the pedestal is handcrafted of walnut wood and diligently painted by hand with black and gold-tone flower motifs over a body of ivory in the style of Indian papier mache.
Decorative Balinese Umbrella in Purple, "Sacred Place in Purple"$74.99
This unique Balinese umbrella will be an interesting conversation piece in any home. Crafted by Rinni, it replicates the kind of parasol that would be used for ceremonies and in sacred places in Bali. The artisan uses blue-violet cotton and native suar wood to create the small parasol, adding festive tassels, aluminum ornaments, beads and jingling bells. The parasol arrives with a wood base for display.