African Metal $60 to $100(38 items)
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Featured Reviews on African Metal $60 to $100
Better than expected.
I have a large collection of masks from all over the world. This one is a beautiful addition. Unique and well made. Very detailed when you can hold it in your hands. Perhaps not a traditional style, but very artistic.
This candleholder chandelier is beautiful, well made and a beautiful addition to my home...I love it!
Beautiful representation of African Culture
The pieces arrived beautifully wrapped, however the true treasure was inside. The detail on each mask was awe-inspiring. You could tell that the artist took painstaking care into crafting each mask. I am in awe of such talent. The masks look beautiful on my wall. The insert containing information about the artist was a nice touch as well.
Abdul Aziz Mohamadu Hand-carved African masks
"In 2000, I went into carving and since then I have never regretted it. But I haven't abandoned painting completely either."
Popular African Metal $60 to $100
West African Wood Beaded Wall Mask from Ghana, "Zulu Homage"$99.95
This stylized mask by Saeed Musah of Ghana is a stunning and awe-inspiring addition to your home decor. The mask is hand carved from sese wood and features an intricate design created using recycled glass beads and aluminum plates. This mask, titled "Zulu", is named after the largest ethnic group in South Africa.
Original African Tribal Dance Mask Crafted in Wood and Metal, "Frafra Dancer"$79.99
Awudu Saaed is inspired by the art and customs of the Frafra people for the design of this extraordinary mask. Known also as Fare-fare, they reside in northern Ghana and southern Burkina Faso. In Saaed's original mask design, the antiqued sese wood mask features a jute beard around the proud visage, and diagonal ridges on the crown representing braided hair. Magnificently embossed aluminum adorns the forehead and cheeks representing tribal markings.
Hand Crafted Embossed Metal and Wood Mask from Africa, "Banku Ta III"$79.99
Ghanaian artisan Daniel Quarcoo pays his respects to a culinary staple of his country with this original mask design. He names it , which refers to the stick used for stirring , a starchy West African dish made of fermented maize and cassava meal. The unique wall mask is carved of sese wood and adorned with embossed aluminum motifs and copper discs for the eyes.
Hand Carved African Mask with Brass and Aluminum Repousse, "Let Us Give Thanks"$69.99
Quiet and regal, this long rectangular African mask depicts a thankful man. Abdul Aziz Mohamadu works in sese wood to craft his original design. Named "thanksgiving" in the Akan language, it is adorned with textured aluminum repoussé on the forehead and brass on the slender cheeks.