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$57.99
akan wood mask think of yourself
Elegant and mysterious, this mask proudly wears Akan stylizations. Eric Darko calls this piece Dwenwo Ho, an Akan saying that teaches to think about one's self. In life we must always think about ourselves, and see what the future holds for us, explains Darko. details
$43.99
akan wood mask patience
From Madam Adwoa and Onyame Akwan Dooso comes this extraordinary mask, elegantly adorned with embossed brass plates. An expressive replica of Akan origin, this mask is found in homes as a reminder to take one's time and be patient in life, towo boa se in the Akan dialect. details
$127.99
akan wood mask akan king
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$62.99
akan wood mask guest forever
Coquettish and stylish, this elegant mask is worn by the Akan people during special feasts and celebrations. Juliana Arkandas designs an extraordinary sese wood replica; every detail faithfully reproduced and well taken care of. The mask is known as abodwese, which in the Akan language means long chin. details
$84.99
akan wood mask big headed
According to the beliefs of the Akan people of Ghana, anyone with a ti kese ( big head ) is said to be very knowledgeable. Court linguists, for example, were said to have big heads, although they would also be the subject of ridicule by passersby. George Obeng celebrates this legendary Akan custom with a hand-carved sese wood mask. He paints it with bright colors and adorns it with ornate brass plates. details
$49.99
akan wood mask remember someday
The Akan saying, kai de bi, encourages to take a pause and remember the good things in life. Literally meaning, Remember someday, kai de bi also invites reflection on the coming future. Wilson Aboagye carves a magnificent sese wood mask to personify the traditional Akan saying. details
$67.99
akan wood mask mother earth
Ernestina Oppong Asante presents a fascinating replica of the Asaase yaa mask, of the Akan people of Ghana. Meaning Mother Earth, Asaase yaa is said to rule all over Earth. She is always worshipped at important feasts and rituals, along with other Akan deities. details
$54.99
akan wood mask tribal man
A big head is a heavy load, says a popular proverb in the Akan language. It inspires Juliana Akandas to design this exquisite sese wood mask. Shaped like a droplet, it reveals closed eyes under elegantly arched eyebrows; the slender nose leads to a small mouth. Akandas names this mask Tedondo, meaning big head in the Akan language. details
$87.99
soapstone beaded necklace royal
An inspiration from the beautiful gold bead pendants once worn by Akan nobility in Ghana, confides Nonyem Abena Ibeneme. Noted for their elegant exuberance, Akan royals would wear extraordinary jewelry for special feasts and occasions. This necklace is crafted by hand with conical soapstone beads alternating with sese wood spacers. Threaded on waxed linen cords, the necklace fastens with an ornate ceramic button. details
$49.99
akan wood mask together for peace
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$42.49
akan wood mask good service
According to Akan traditions, the Osompa mask is usually given to a woman as recognition for her diligent work, explains master carver Daniel Nyadedzor. Osompa means good service in Akan dialect, and it is given with some money too, when the woman leaves to get married. Nyadedzor carves the striking sese wood mask by hand and adorns its face with delicately embossed brass plates. details
$107.99
akan wood mask fisherman
This imposing mask depicts a youthful and slender personage. A tall headdress crowns the man and frames his handsome face. By Kwaku Ofosuhene, this superbly crafted piece is representative of the Akan culture. It is used during celebrations for the fishing harvest. details
$79.98
akan wood mask the wisdom of age
His hairline is receding and his vision is not as keen as it once was. Yet the years have conferred the wisdom of experience on this gentleman. Inspired by the Akan belief in the knowledge of the elderly, Juliana Akandas crafts this exceptional mask in tribute. details
$57.99
akan wood mask organized
Diamonds shine on the forehead of a cheerful African mask. By Walter Kuma, the elongated visage is named Asafo Pa, which means a good organization in the Akan language. We need to come together and move forward in all that we do, Kuma says. details
$147.99
cotton shawl akuaba
Ghanaian artisan Charity Jobarteh weaves the fabric for this handmade shawl from 100% cotton. Fringes on the ends provide added interest for this unique piece. The fabric is screen-printed with a repeating pattern in black and cream depicting the traditional Akan fertility dolls known as akuaba. The dolls are traditionally worn on the backs of Akan women who hope to conceive. The spirit of these fertility dolls is also present in the shawl as the piece pays homage to this aspect of Akan culture. details
$47.99
african mask akan friend
By Rita Addo Zakour, this imposing mask depicts a long, slender personage who opens his mouth to sing. She carves and paints the original design by hand, naming it Ogyam, an Akan word which means friend. details
$23.99
bangle bracelets akan enigma set
The legendary weaving techniques of the Akan people inspire the design of these bracelets. Robert Aidoo-Taylor crafts each bangle with recycled plastic, covering each one with tightly braided motifs in solid hues of blue, red, and orange. details
$71.99
wood sculpture song of love i
Strumming the strings of his goje guitar, an Akan man serenades romance. Eric Danquah carves a highly expressive sese wood sculpture using manual tools only, masterfully achieving a melodious composition. Titled Odo ho nnwom I in Akan. details
$23.99
bangle bracelets sunny akan
The legendary weaving techniques of the Akan people inspire the design of these bracelets. Robert Aidoo-Taylor crafts each bangle with recycled plastic, covering each one with tightly braided motifs in rich shades of orange, red, and green. details
$23.99
bangle bracelets valley akan
The legendary weaving techniques of the Akan people inspire the design of these bracelets. Robert Aidoo-Taylor crafts each bangle with recycled plastic, covering each one with tightly braided motifs in rich shades of blue, green, and red. details
$51.99
akan wood mask well done
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$64.99
african mask my akan father
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$23.09
bangle bracelets ocean akan
The legendary weaving techniques of the Akan people inspire the design of these bracelets. Robert Aidoo-Taylor crafts each bangle with recycled plastic, covering each one with tightly braided motifs in rich shades of blue, gray, and yellow. details
$19.99
bangle bracelets earth akan
The legendary weaving techniques of the Akan people inspire the design of these bracelets. Robert Aidoo-Taylor crafts each bangle with recycled plastic, covering each one with tightly braided motifs in rich shades of blue, brown, and yellow. details
$89.99
akan wood mask great knowledge
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$54.49
akan wood mask royal heritage
Replete in Akan stylizations, this mask is reserved for those of royal lineage. Known as an adehye (royal), this sese wood replica by Daniel Nyadedzor is embellished with embossed brass motifs. details
$79.99
akan wood mask chameleon charisma
Inspired by the artistic legacy of the Akan people, Nana Frimpong carves an extraordinary sese wood mask featuring a chameleon. According to tradition, this mask is reserved for those who worship more than one god and who behave according to convenience. details
$77.99
akan wood mask forgive
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$59.99
akan wood mask be patient
Eyes closed and mouth pouting, this handsome mask conveys the importance of patience, To wo boa se in Akan language. From Madam Adwoa and Onyame Akwan Dooso, it is masterfully carved by hand and decorated with embossed aluminum plates as well as with painted details. The mask hangs from a leather loop. details