African $100 to $200(1,116 items)
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This mask is one of the most stunning pieces of art that I have ever had the privilege to own!!! I know I always leave positive reviews as you could see from my profile but this time I am ABSOLUTELY floored!!! I am so happy with it!!! Just a striking, original and fantastic mask. I am so in awe. I love masks and try to restrain myself so I dont have a house full of masks but this one just haunted me until I bought it and I just love it. Thanks so much, Novica!!! Never disappoints!!!
Special piece of art
I just received The Lost Fishermen and I love it. This artwork arrived quickly to the United States and looks just like the photo online. It is beautiful up close and from a distance, and draws lots of attention from visitors. Definitely worth the purchase.
This mask is extremely well made and is just beautiful. The colors are not garish. The colors have a shade that look old, and at the same time do justice to the beauty. Its adds a lot to my collection.
Salihu Ibrahim Hand-carved wood masks and sculptures
"I worked with the chief's head carver for about 15 years, during which time I learned the various styles and techniques of Ashanti and Akwamu traditional methods of wood carving."
"My name is Salihu Ibrahim, and I was born in the eastern region of Ghana in 1964. My father... read more
Popular African $100 to $200
Hand Crafted 100% Cotton Batik Wall Hanging from Ghana, "Masquerades in the Church"
Miracle-performing masquerading individuals are allowed to enter a church under the pretense of converting them to Christianity in this unusual wall hanging presented by Edward Adeniran of Ghana. He crafts this abstract cotton wall hanging using batik to portray an interesting spiritual scene in Ghana. Contrasting hues of bright purple, brown, and white are sure to add a burst of color to your home decor.
Artisan Crafted Unique Batik Wall Hanging, "Initiation into Womanhood"
Dressed in her best, a girl carries a calabash on her head. Edward Adeniran creates a batik wall hanging of radiant beauty, depicting a teen at the threshold of adulthood. "When a girl is born into kinship and she grows up, she must be initiated into womanhood by carrying the jewelry that her parents gave her to the venue of the ceremony. This is mainly practiced by the Yoruba tribe in the Western part of Nigeria," the Ghanaian artisan explains.
Sterling Silver Pendant, "Resilience"
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
Sterling Silver Pendant, "Africa Sankofa"$144.99
Joycelyn Sena Zigah honors tradition with the modern design of this sterling silver pendant. It is crafted by hand in the shape of the African continent. A gleaming bird stands with its neck and head turned backwards. Known as this Adinkra symbol encourages to learn from past experience, and carry on forward.
.925 Sterling silver