Fall Blue Wood(31 items)
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Featured Reviews on Fall Blue Wood
Very cool coasters!
Bought these for my daughter and she loves them...just the right touch for her apartment; thanks so much!
Just beautiful...a work of art!
This mirror is gorgeous. I was not disappointed. I have purchased multiple items through Novica and they always arrive well wrapped and as pictured. And I like purchasing directly from the artists (both local and overseas).
I hesitated in purchasing for a few months but now that I purchase it ....I love it! It looks good with other pieces I purchase from Ghana..
Popular Fall Blue Wood
Bead and Brass Repousse African Wall Mask with Animal Motifs, "Promise of Prosperity"$127.99
Birds are embossed in gleaming brass to alight on an African mask. By Abdul Aziz Mohamadu, this circular face reveals a cowry shell silhouette on the forehead. Such shells were once used as currency in West Africa. Named meaning "promise" in the Akan language, the mask is carved from sese wood.
Mother and Child Modern Wood Sculpture Carved by Hand, "Thinking Mother"$87.99
Sitting, she cradles her baby in one hand, her face in the other. Her thoughtful mood transpires through this extraordinary sculpture. Victoria Agyepomaa combines modern art with tradition in celebration of motherhood. The sculpture is carved by hand of sese wood with the torso missing and her dress painted blue and white.
Handcrafted Lacquered Kadam Wood Elephant Sculpture, "Elephant Tradition"$69.99
Carved by hand of kadam wood, this intriguing sculpture depicts a royal elephant with gold-tipped tusks. Madhur Khandelwal pays tribute to the splendor of ancient Mughal kings. Painted by hand in the style of India's miniature paintings, vignettes from ancient Rajasthan cover the sleek black pachyderm.
Ghanaian Wood Mask from Africa, "New Love"$114.99
By Eric Danquah in Ghana, this beautiful mask represents – "New Love" in the Akan language. He carves the circular piece from seasoned African sese wood, giving the face slightly closed eyes and an open mouth. Elegant motifs in embossed aluminum embellish the mask, which arises from Danquah's own imagination.