African Gifts(684 items)
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Popular African Gifts
Aluminum and Wood African Mask Textured from Ghana, "Mbara Hunter"$39.99
Featuring a detailed, textured surface with an original design, this wall mask from Ghana is made from wood, covered with embossed aluminum. Handcrafted by Awudu Saaed, the mask is named meaning "hunter" in the language used by the Ghanaian Chamba culture.
Adinkra Symbol Bird Wood Sculpture with Glass Beads, "My Lovely Bird"$79.99
"This is my lovely bird," confides Kobina Asmah of this amazing sculpture. Turning its head back on itself, this bird becomes the symbol that reminds one to retrieve from the past that which is useful, and carry it forward. Asmah is inspired by the legendary Adinkra symbols of Ashanti origin to carve this spectacular sese wood sculpture. Holding a seed in its beak, the bird has colorful wings studded with recycled glass beads, and etched patterns on its long neck. The base is inlaid with brass motifs.
Orange and Black Hand Carved Sese Wood Adesewa Mask, "Orange Adesewa"$69.99
"Crowned beauty," proclaims the name of this mask, from the Yoruba language. The face is painted in orange and black and crowned with a black headpiece, all carved from local sese wood by Ghanaian artisan Abdul Aziz Mohamadu. The rounded diamond shape highlights the pointed chin and high forehead, used in many kinds of African masks as a representation of idealized beauty.