African Mothers Day Gifts(192 items)
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Featured Reviews on African Mothers Day Gifts
A Fun Pop of Color & Whimsy
These earrings are adorable. I love them! They are so colorful and bright. They bring a splash of color to any outfit I pair them with. The craftmanship is lovely. This was a great purchase. I recommend this product & the talented artist!
lovely and flattering
The color and the material make really nice combination - gifted it to a friend with with full confidence and trust
Elegant and touching
The giraffes are sweet while looking dignified. The stain is a rich brown, the carving is well done, and its solid without being heavy. A romantic gift for some one who likes giraffes.
Rita Addo Zakour Wood carvings and beaded jewelry
"I do my designing with African concepts in mind."
"Since I began working with you, I've become a proud artisan. You have helped me grow and improve my designs and their quality. My design skills have evolved and I'm able to bring most of my ideas to life.
"It wasn't easy at the beginning. I might have a great idea... read more
Popular African Mothers Day Gifts
Knee Length Short Sleeved Cotton Dress from Ghana, "Easy Feeling"$109.99
This brightly colored and boldly patterned dress is the original design of Ghana's Lydia Mawuenya Amedzrator. Crafted from 100% cotton in shades of copper, brown, and black, the dress features short flared sleeves, a round neck, and full skirt that hits at the knee. The back has a buttoned keyhole closure.
Hand Carved Wood Sculpture of Couple from Ghana, "Thinking Lovers"
Ghana's Raymond Yaw Afari uses his work to help continue his education, hoping to become one of the greatest artists in Africa. He carves this sculpture by hand from local sese wood to depict a pair of lovers with connected arms, deep in thought. This meditative piece makes a wonderful addition to any home.
Chinese Theme Recycled Plastic Earrings from Ghana, "Gift from Asia"
By Rita Addo Zakour, these elegant earrings pay tribute to the Chinese people who began making their home in Accra in the late 1940s. She crafts the pair with beads derived from recycled plastic drinking bottles. They depict an Asian shield in black and ivory.