Fall Brown Culture(41 items)
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Better than expected.
I have a large collection of masks from all over the world. This one is a beautiful addition. Unique and well made. Very detailed when you can hold it in your hands. Perhaps not a traditional style, but very artistic.
These look great anywhere! They are a conversation piece as everyone wants to know where I acquired them and then I share the symbolism of the birds reaching back. They could go anywhere in my house because they look formal enough for a nice dining room.
Popular Fall Brown Culture
Batik Wood and Stone Dakon Board Game from Java, "Dakon"$34.95
In the traditional style of this board game is handcrafted of wood and decorated with traditional batik designs. Javanese artisan Diana Dewi invites you to play this classic Indonesian game. Each (hole) is filled with five to seven stones and the game is played in turns. Similarly to mancala, each player collects the (stones) from one hole and deposits them one-by-one into the following holes. The player scores a capture if the final stone is dropped into an empty hole. If that empty hole is on their own side, known as they capture the stones of the hole on the opposite side, depositing them into their "rice bowl." If the empty hole is on their opponent's side and each adjacent hole contains an equal number of stones, known as then the player captures the stones from each adjacent hole, as well as the final stone from their previous hand.
Original African Tribal Dance Mask Crafted in Wood and Metal, "Frafra Dancer"$79.99
Awudu Saaed is inspired by the art and customs of the Frafra people for the design of this extraordinary mask. Known also as Fare-fare, they reside in northern Ghana and southern Burkina Faso. In Saaed's original mask design, the antiqued sese wood mask features a jute beard around the proud visage, and diagonal ridges on the crown representing braided hair. Magnificently embossed aluminum adorns the forehead and cheeks representing tribal markings.
Handcrafted Wood Sculpture, "Indonesian Samurai"$49.99
Brave and fearless, an Indonesian samurai delivers a frontal cut with his sword. Carved by hand, the suar wood sculpture is designed by Luh Mas Sri Pertamiari. It captures the elegance and strength of this legendary warrior.
The katana can be disassembled.
Ghanaian Sankofa Bird Wood Sculptures (Pair), "Ghanaian Sankofa Birds"$99.99
Working in native sese wood, Abdul Aziz Mohamadu creates a pair of birds as sculptures. One holds a golden egg while both turn to look behind them. An Ashanti icon, the birds depict a traditional symbol known as the This is understood as "go back to your roots," the message conveyed through the form of a bird with its head tilted backward.