Eco Friendly Masks(95 items)
Welcome to the Eco Friendly Mask Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Eco Friendly Masks
Nice grouping of small masks.
My brother loves the details of the masks and they will go with his collection. They are actually hand size and just right for a mantle or to fill in a small space, even place them in a shadow box.
Not too long ago I bought this mask for my brother for his birthday. He has collected many hand crafted masks over the years but this one really stands out. This is the only one he has with beads on it...it?s both unique and beautiful! I am very happy with this purchase.
Absolutely Stunning Piece
The quality and craftsmanship is amazing. The care in the packaging is beautiful. I will be back to buy more.
Awudu Saaed Hand-carved African masks and decor
"I was determined to make it and also be able to take care of my siblings. This inspired me to bear all these risks."
Popular Eco Friendly Masks
Fair Trade Wood Bird Mask, "Quest of the Ibis"$69.99
With wings outstretched protectively, a questing ibis rests its beak on a woman's forehead. Hibiscus wood reveals the smooth features of a lovely girl. Bali's Eka presents the sweet image carved from hibiscus wood. This wood varies widely in its tones and patterns, thus each mask is an absolutely unique work of art.
Hand-Carved African Wood Duman Mask from Ghana, "Duma"$119.99
Known as master boatwrights and merchants, the Duma people of Gabon are located along the Ogooue River. The Duma people uses masks such as this one for social events, initiation rituals, and funerals. Ghana's Christopher Nyasafo designs this African mask, which is hand-carved from a single piece of sese wood. This mask depicts an oval face with squinted eyes, a pattern on the forehead, and a tiny smiling mouth with pointed teeth. Accents of recycled glass beads further enhance this stunning mask.
Artisan Crafted Small Wood Masks with Glass Beads (Set of 3), "Wise Counsel"$59.99
Using traditional tools and methods, Awudu Saaed of Ghana crafts this set of 3 small masks. The masks are carved by hand from rubberwood and then adorned with recycled glass beads in various patterns. Local clay is also applied to achieve an "aged" look. The artisan names the set , an Akan expression meaning "One head doesn't constitute a council".
Please note: Sizes are approximate. Colors and motifs may vary, but the theme will be similar.
Eco-Friendly African Wood Mask with Raffia from Ghana, "Eco Akuchinyere"$69.99
Wearing a headdress made from colorful, handwoven raffia fiber, this African mask is created by Abdul Aziz Mohamadu. He hand-carves the mask from a single piece of sese wood, accented with colorful beads of recycled plastic. This mask is named which means "wealth has come" in the Igbo language of Nigeria.