This handmade creation is offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.
A tambora drum takes the shape of a woman hand-carved from sese wood by Salihu Ibrahim. The drum from the Dan tribe of Liberia can be played from the small space where the sticks are placed or from the big space in front, each creating a different sound.Product Features:
Story Behind the Art:
- Materials: Sese wood, white clay
- Color: Antiqued brown
- Instrument Rating: Decorative quality, intended only as a conversation piece
- Drumstick(s) included
- Weight: 2.21 kg
- Dimensions: 24.8 inches high x 7.1 inches wide x 6.3 inches deep
- Drumsticks (2): 11 inches long
'Upon the death of my father, I was sent to live with one of my father's closest friends, a renowned traditional carver to the then Akwamu chief and the people of Akwamu,' Salihu Ibrahim says. 'I worked with him for about 15 years, during which time I learned the styles and techniques of the Ashanti and Akwamu people. My work began to flourish and achieve recognition, and today, I myself have apprentice carvers working with me to learn the art of carving.'What is Worldstock?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.Imported
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