African Mothers Day Gifts(25 items)
Welcome to the African Mothers Day Gift Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on African Mothers Day Gifts
What a knock out!
The colors are beautiful together. The necklace holds its shape well when you wear it. It is unusual and attractive.
A beautiful box.
This is a beautiful box, well designed and well made. The ebony is wonderfully dark and gives it a very satisfying weight when you hold it. I find myself smiling whenver I look at it.
Beautiful calabash necklace and bracelet
These two statement pieces are so well-made. They arrived very quickly and each was packaged in a lovely cloth gift bag with a note to describe the items and the inspiration for the artist. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful jewellery!
Ila Suleyman Leather and beaded jewelry
"My forefathers were predominantly millet and cattle farmers, and they would use the leather of the animals for accessories such as talismans, bangles and necklaces for personal use."
Popular African Mothers Day Gifts
Sterling Silver Pendant, "Resilience"$139.99
Meaning to twist or turn oneself around, is the Adinkra symbol that fosters resilience. It is a symbol of initiative, dynamism and versatility; the ability to withstand difficulties in life. Joycelyn Sena Zigah designs a modern interpretation of this legendary symbol of wisdom and spirituality developed by the Ashanti people. The pendant is crafted by hand with high polished sterling silver.
.925 Sterling silver
African Wood Mask Carved by Hand with Colorful Beads, "Ntoboase I"$49.99
From Rita Addo Zakour's "Ntoboase" series, this original mask represents "Patience," in the Akan language. The seed-like mask is carved by hand of African sese wood with brass insets on the eyelids and chin. Featuring a slender nose and pouting lips, the mask's cheeks are decorated with colorful glass beads.
Decorative Box with Adinkra Symbol in Hand Carved Ebony Wood, "Gye Nyame Power"$59.99
Hand-carved of ebony wood, this decorative box is crowned with the most important of all the Adinkra symbols of the Akan people. Meaning "no one except God," it recognizes God's omnipotence. This versatile box from West Africa is proudly presented by Agnes Amponsah.
Artisan Crafted Signed Blue Batik Shawl from Ghana, "Blue Moonlight Village"
Bathed in moonlight, a traditional Ghanaian country home nestles at the foot of a baobab tree. K. Baka conveys sensations of beauty and safety in this beautiful signature shawl. He works in batik on cotton and adds fringe at each end.