Does it stand 23 inches high?
Hand-Carved Tribal Companion Table (Ghana)
Celebrate the unique traditions of Africa with the handsomely carved tribal mask companion table. Handmade in Ghana of non-endangered sese wood by master carver Joe Mensah.
ITEM#: 14360277Celebrate the unique traditions of Africa with the handsomely carved tribal mask companion table. Handmade in Ghana of non-endangered sese wood by master carver Joe Mensah.
- Colors: Assorted
- Materials: Wood
- Dimensions: 20 inches high x 13 inches in diameter
- Adds a subtle hint of Africa
- Bold two-sided mask design
- Uses - as telephone, plant, or book stand
- Solid craftsmanship
Story Behind the Art:
Joe Mensah is a third generation carver whose craft shop helps to support his family and give employment to many carvers in his village. He is a leader in his community ? stressing and fostering education among the youth and improving the quality of life issues in his environment.
The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.
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Questions & Answers
Thank you for your question, ckgritz. That is correct, this table stands 23" high. I hope this helps, and thanks for shopping with us.
What is the correct height of this table? The product details list it as 2"H x 13"Dia.
The correct dimensions are 16 inches high by 16 inches wide by 23 inches long.
How to Decorate Your Home for Kwanzaa
Kwanzaa is meant to be celebrated with family and friends as a way to honor the past and look forward to the future. One important part of celebrating Kwanzaa is decorating the home with traditional seasonal decor. Kwanzaa holiday decor incorporates traditional symbols of African American heritage, both old and new. For example, a kinara symbolizes the African American past, present and future while authentic African folk art is displayed to honor African American roots. Tribal masks, hand-carved statues and wooden fruit bowls from Ghana and other areas of historical significance throughout Africa are often displayed as meaningful decorative accessories during the holiday season as well as home decor all year round.
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