These bold, geometric masks are danced during the farming season by the Bwa people of Burkina Fasso. Representing the sun, that along with the rain and earth will ensure a healthy harvest. The versatility of monochrome means that this mask can be styled with almost any decor.
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.
PLEASE READ: These products are handmade and although we strive to make them identical, there may be very slight differences between them.
ARTISANS & VALUES
These masks are hand carved by Abdulai in Ghana. Abdulai is part of a Ghanaian carving group, which helps to empower artisans in Ghana through fair-trade crafts.
Read more about our product values here.
Materials: Hand Carved Neem Wood, Non-Toxic Paint.
Sizing: 47cm x 40cm
Wipe clean with a damp cloth, avoid direct sunlight and damp conditions.
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