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$62.49
sterling silver pendant ghana
Joycelyn Sena Zigah honors Ghana with the design of this sterling silver pendant. It is crafted by hand in the shape of the African continent, with Ghana as the only country shown. .925 Sterling silver. details
$19.99
beaded stretch bracelet joyful
Textured beads in a variety of shapes circle the wrist in this stretch bracelet from Ghana. Crafted by hand, each bead is made of recycled plastic, detailed with floral and tribal motifs. Ghana's Esther Narh presents this eco-friendly bracelet. details
$28.49
soapstone and bauxite dangle
Ghana's Rachel Armah presents earrings that evoke hanging bells. Crafted by hand, they combine natural soapstone and brown bauxite. details
$99.99
wood african mask akan king
Named Ohene, or king in the Twi language of Ghana's Akan people, this handsome mask is serenely lovely. Marks beside the eyes and mouth are known as donkor. Donkor is a tribal mark given to protect a child from evil spirits in Ghana, artisan Winfred Korley says. details
$87.99
ghanaian wood mask ewe
Carved and painted by hand, this mask is representative of the Anlo-Ewe people of Ghana. Such masks are used in giving thanks to the gods of the land by the Anlo-Ewe people of Ghana for a bountiful harvest after farming. The head of the dove on the forehead signifies luck, says Ghanaian artisan Walter Kuma. details
$34.99
wood beaded necklace with love
Esther Nahr of Ghana presents this bright, beautiful necklace crafted from sese wood and recycled plastic beads. The eco-friendly design makes a statement with large beads and a bold symmetrical pattern. With a lively texture and blend of floral and geometric patterns, this dazzling necklace proudly embodies a West African style. details
$79.99
akan wood mask peace from ghana
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$72.49
ghanaian wood mask queen of unity
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$189.99
wood accent table my dear
Vibrant red contrasts profoundly with black in this beautifully crafted accent table presented by Winfred Korley of Ghana. The base of this circular table features a male and female figure facing each other, while the top features a widely respected adinkra symbol called Gye Nyame, which means I fear none except God in the Akan language of Ghana. This stunning table is hand carved from sese wood and accented with white clay, giving it a rustic look. details
$37.99
wood ornaments mbabaawa dresses
Handcrafted of wood, three women are depicted in this set of ornaments from Ghana. Robert Aidoo-Taylor paints each woman with a dress, given a rustic finish. This set of ornaments is named Mbabaawa, meaning young girls in Fante. Says the artisan, As the saying goes, The youth are the future leaders. The young ladies in the central Region of Ghana are allowed to play major roles in celebrations for all occasions. Special celebrations are meaningless without the mbabaawa. details
$39.99
wood sculpture lady of ghana
By Wilson Aboagye, this sculpture is designed in the form of a mask. It depicts a lady from Ghana who wears her hair in tiny braids while a tall, slender bird poses atop her head. I carved this sculpture to tell about the good deeds of a woman named Obaa Yaa. She is able to mobilize the women of the village and arrange for training programs to empower them economically. She is a role model to the people of her village. She is easily approached, caring and loving. This is what the world needs from our leaders, he explains. details
$69.99
african wood mask jumbo task
Atiglinyi, the Ewe word for Elephant, describes this handsome mask by Daniel Nyadedzor. Among Ghana's Ewe people, such masks are given to someone who has been able to successfully achieve a huge and difficult assignment. Brass embellishes the piece. details
$87.99
wood fertility doll ashanti
Beautifully feminine, an akuaba fertility doll symbolizes the force of tradition. In Ghana, such figures are believed to assist a woman who wants to conceive a baby. details
$34.99
pot carriers in red
Eight women appear like a mirage in a painting by K. Baka. I was inspired by the women on market day in Tamale, northern Ghana, carrying beautiful pots for sale, explains Baka of this acrylic on card stock. details
$37.99
african mask my name is odartey
Carved by hand, this colorful mask by Anna Yawson depicts a young man from Ghana. The unique and beautiful image is the artisan's own design. She names it Odartey, a popular men's name in the Ga language. details
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pot carriers in blue
Eight women appear like a mirage in a painting by K. Baka. I was inspired by the women on market day in Tamale, northern Ghana, carrying beautiful pots for sale, explains Baka of this acrylic on card stock. details
$34.99
pot carriers in green
Eight women appear like a mirage in a painting by K. Baka. I was inspired by the women on market day in Tamale, northern Ghana, carrying beautiful pots for sale, explains Baka of this acrylic on card stock. details
$21.09
wood dangle earrings cascade of
Red and green mingle with ivory in earrings by Addo Zakour in Ghana. Working with sese wood beads, she suspends the strands from polished brass hooks. details
$41.49
wood sculpture sweetheart
Clad in a dress that hugs her graceful figure, a young woman wears her hair in an elaborate up-do. Daniel Nyadedzor carves a doll seen mostly among Ghana's Akan people, where a young man makes it a gift to the girl he hopes to marry. details
$37.99
woman from the green lakeside
Returning from the lakeside, a woman balances a calabash gourd on her head. She is lithe and graceful, despite the weight of her load and of the baby on her back. By K. Baka, this beautiful portrait exalts the mothers of Ghana and of the world. details
$73.99
ghanaian wood mask shower of
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$129.99
batik wall hanging heading for
Sunset turns the sea to crimson as three men wade through the shallows toward shore. Fishing is their livelihood and their boat carries the legend Sea Never Dry. Working in batik, K. Baka creates a colorful image of life in Ghana. details
$49.99
ga wood mask victorious one
Ram horns symbolize strength, adorning the headdress of a stern personage. Depicted in deep, bold color, this mask is from the Ga tribe of Ghana. Ernestina Oppong Asante carves the elegant piece by hand and names it Kuniyeli (Victory). details
$46.99
ewe wood mask spirit of
This opulent visage is radiant and beautiful. What seem to be loops crown the piece but, on closer observation, they reveal themselves as birds. Meticulously carved by Daniel Nyadedzor, this mask represents Ghana's Ewe people who display it during the good harvest festival. details
$277.99
wood stool elephant carriers
Hand-carved from sese wood, two elephants carry the curved seat of this impressive stool from Ghana. Raphat Asigbey designs this beautiful furniture piece after the style of throne stools used by African rulers. details
$32.49
men39s wristband bracelet
Ghana's Robert Aidoo-Taylor crafts a colorful wristband bracelet for men, hand-woven from sturdy cords. The yellow, black and burgundy bracelet closes with a brass snap. details
$39.99
amethyst beaded strand necklace
Artisan Abdul Kadir Iddrisu of Ghana crafts this long necklace with amethyst chip beads. All the myriad of hues of purple, from light to dark, are showcased in this necklace. details
$23.99
men39s wristband bracelet
Ghana's Robert Aidoo-Taylor crafts a colorful wristband bracelet for men, hand-woven from sturdy polypropylene cords. The scarlet, blue and white bracelet closes with a brass snap. details
$51.99
ghanaian wood mask man of fire
This imposing mask depicts a blazing fire on the forehead. Carved by hand from African African rubberwood, it is representative of the people of Dormaa Ahenkro in the Brong Ahafo region of Ghana. Abdul Aziz Mohamadu names the mask Ogya, an Akan word meaning Fire. It is used by men during the Kwafie festival, a purification rite. It is believed that the Dormaas brought fire to Ghana and this legend is symbolically represented in a bonfire set during the Kwafie festival, the artisan explains. The white accents are achieved with applications of clay. details
$49.99
ewe wood mask great expectations
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