Originating from the Ashanti region of Ghana, the Akan Comb Mask displays the face of a person, highlighted with embossed features and textures that embody the Baule sculpture style of the Akan people. The image of the comb represents personal beauty, refinement, and a desire to please.
Traditional masks have been incorporated within African ceremonies and cultural celebrations for thousands of years. Today, these artifacts are often used as a stylistic counterpoint to contemporary styles, adding an artisanal element to modern designs.
Curate a unique interior within your home by browsing the recent selection of African masks at Artisans & Adventurers. They are provocative, stylish, and sure to create a lively topic of conversation within your home.
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Materials: Hand Carved Neem Wood, Non-Toxic Paint.
Sizing: 21cm x 13cm
Wipe clean with a damp cloth, avoid direct sunlight and damp conditions.
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