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African wood mask, 'Mounted Horse' - West African Sese Wood Horse Head Wall Mask Curate

Product ID: 274624

Mounted Horse West African Sese Wood Horse Head Wall Mask

The majestic head of a stallion is mounted proudly, showcasing unique carvings... more

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The majestic head of a stallion is mounted proudly, showcasing unique carvings and coloring that resemble the ornamental headdress often worn by African horses. Splendidly carved from sese wood and given an antique finish, this stunning West African wall mask is handcrafted by Gordon Adu. The original design is carved and dried for two weeks, after which it is sanded and painted using local clay and colored powder.

  • 0.89 kgs
  • 2.0 lbs
  • 41 cm H x 15 cm W x 7 cm D
  • 16.25" H x 6" W x 2.8" D

  • Sese wood
  • Intended as wall decor
  • Features a rustic, rugged finish
  • Hand-crafted item -- color, size and/or motif may vary slightly
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Made in Ghana.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in West Africa
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Gordon's eldest child is in trade school, one is in high school and two are in primary school. When Gordon was a child, he was unable to attend school due to his family's financial situation. He took small, untrained jobs here and there, and was never fulfilled by them. His mother suggested he travel to see his brother where he was taught the craft of carving. Through hard work and perseverance, Gordon became a very talented carver and made a promise to himself that he would do everything to support his children's education so they would not have to go through the same experiences.

Gordon was at one point uneducated and had no trade skills. After his brother taught him the craft of carving, he was able to turn his life around and make a living to support himself and his family. He feels extremely blessed and has since then empowered others to make a living from carving. Gordon has since been able to train four different people who were in a situation similar to his, uneducated and unskilled. While he was training them, he even bought their meals because he knew this experience would help them. Since then, his four assistants have no started their own workshops and are able to provide for themselves. Gordon and his brother started a chain of transformation in their community that will have a lasting impact.

Gordon's income from NOVICA goes straight to necessities including utility bills, groceries for his family and his children's education. Increased income would allow him to continue to pay for his children's education as they start getting to the age of trade school and can train others so they can making a dignified living too.

Gordon has four children - Agnes Adu, Gloria Adu, Blessing Duoduwaa, and Abigail Boaduwaa. He cares and loves each of them deeply, vowing to ensure they will have a better life than he did.

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Made a great gift! Crafted by a very talented artist.

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Gordon Adu

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Gordon Adu

Hand-carved wood art

West Africa
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3 Testimonials for Gordon Adu

Cynthia

Pam

I was so excited to receive this piece of art from across the world,it was even fun tracking it's ""journey"". When it arrived it was exactly what I had hoped for and so wanted to keep it for myself ! Whenever I want to purchase something for someone that says""I thought about this gift"" I will go to NOVICA and then to Gordon Adu!

Darrell Burgess

Portsmouth, VA USA

The ""Lovers"" smelting into oneness visually says more than words. I truly appreciate your art, I will be buying more. Thank you.
 
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