Ghanaian Wall Masks(1,187 items)
Welcome to the Ghanaian Wall Mask Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Ghanaian Wall Masks
This mask is one of the most stunning pieces of art that I have ever had the privilege to own!!! I know I always leave positive reviews as you could see from my profile but this time I am ABSOLUTELY floored!!! I am so happy with it!!! Just a striking, original and fantastic mask. I am so in awe. I love masks and try to restrain myself so I dont have a house full of masks but this one just haunted me until I bought it and I just love it. Thanks so much, Novica!!! Never disappoints!!!
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.
Exisite piece for my new home
This year I wanted an art piece that reflects my tastes. I just love this with my favorite color. (Purple) This was a personal gift for me to me. Novica I look forward to doing business with you in the future.
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 Ghanaian Wall Masks
Hand Made African Wood Mask, "Akan Beauty"$99.95
From the imagination and skilled hands of Ghanaian woodcarver Rita Addo Zakour comes this detailed wooden mask. Handcrafted of local sese wood with a satin finish and hand-hammered aluminum detailing. Zakour names her creation , from the Akan word for beauty. Comes with a leather tab for hanging.
Handmade Wood Wall Mask with Glass Bead and Brass Accent, "Jama"$44.99
Adorned by radiant brass accents and colorful recycled glass beads, this mask of West African origin is sure to impress. Saeed Musah presents this stunning wall mask hand crafted from sese wood. means "happiness" in a West African language.
Hand Crafted African Wood Mask with Beads and Brass Accents, "Beaded Warrior"$69.99
Sese wood, metal accents, and a beaded symbol are expertly combined by Ghanian artisan Awudu Saaed to create this vibrant warrior mask. The double diamond design is called and represents handcuffs, a symbol of slavery that West African chiefs have reclaimed as a symbol of law and justice. Working to support his mother and siblings, Awudu learned his craft at an early age and continues the tradition, now training apprentices of his own.