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This decorative stool brings a touch of African culture to any home, crafted by hand of sese wood and accented with brass triangle motifs. Victoria Agyepomaa draws her inspiration from the traditional Adinkra motifs of the Ashanti tribe, depicting a sankofa bird with multicolored beads of recycled glass, its form originating from the shape of a stylized heart. This symbol encourages us to learn from the past. The bottom part of the stool features an Akan symbol that reads Gye Nyame, symbolizing the supremacy of God.
This Sankofa Adinkra Symbol Wood Stool is ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFULLY designed. The quality is OUTSTANDING and the beading work is PERFECT and the colors are VIBRANT. It will be revered as a piece of my Kwanzaa Celebration.
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