Teakwood Relief Panels(39 items)
Welcome to the Teakwood Relief Panel Collection at NOVICA.
Kittiwannakul Family Hand-carved teak relief panels
"Wood carving requires skill and dexterity, which nowadays is hard to find because it is not taught in school, it is passed down from local master carvers."
Popular Teakwood Relief Panels
Teakwood Wall Relief Panel of Dancing Kinnarees (Left), "Dancing Kinnarees"
Two celestial musicians and guardians, known as dance with incredible grace in this piece presented by the Kittiwannakul Family. Masterfully carved by hand from teakwood, this left-facing relief panel depicts a traditional Thai image. Artisans paint the surface of this piece in dark acrylic paint and rub it with sandpaper to show off the natural grain of fine teakwood and give it a rustic finish. Pair this relief with its sister for a complementary set.
Traditional Ghanaian Festival Scene in Hand-Carved Teak, "Chief's Procession"$169.99
Drums announce the arrival of the chief, who is carried on a palanquin by devoted assistants. George Obeng reminisces of bygone days in Ghana when kings and chieftains came together with their subjects in events known as Depicted in a teakwood relief panel, the head linguist reverently carries the chief's staff as all gather for a time of dancing and feasting.
Teak relief panel, "Illuminated Circle"
Radiant like the sun, this panel glows with pristine beauty. Tay Nontawat carves two different pieces of teakwood with a floral medley. When each is finished, he incorporates the two into one resplendent piece. Nontawat's carving excellence can be seen in the detail, which he achieves with a fine chisel and knife. After leaving the wood to dry, he applies color with lacquer paints.
Teak relief panel, "Floral Arc"
Blossoming into magnificence, a flower radiates natural elegance. Tay Nontawat carves two different pieces of teakwood with a floral medley. When each is finished, he incorporates the two into one resplendent piece. Nontawat's carving excellence is evident in the detailed work, which he achieves with a fine chisel and knife. After leaving the wood to dry, he applies color with lacquer paints.