This handmade creation is offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.Product Features:
Story Behind the Art:
- Narrowed eyes are somehow contrite in this exquisitely detailed mask
- Decorative accessory features contrasting smooth lines with intricate brass repouss
- Mask will liven any home decor
- Daniel Nyadedzor creates a piece from Ghana's Hausa people
- Named Hankuri (Sorry), these masks are given to someone who has been offended to appease that person
Daniel Nyadedzor has been featured in the San Antonio Express News. 'In 1996, after finishing school and a year's national service, I decided to help my brother who was a carver and had his own shop. We work with a type of hardwood known as sese
for carving the masks. There are about twenty people working with us, most of them apprentices. The nature of our work involves the chipping of wood to get a desired figure or shape. It is polished and sandpapered for a smooth and quality object. Red and black emulsion paint is then used for the finish. The image is first sketched on paper though sometimes, our customers also come up with interesting ideas, too. Our products are always given the antique finishing, which our customers especially love.'What is Worldstock?The handcrafted nature of this product will produce minor differences in design and sizing. Subtle variations will occur from piece to piece, adding to its unique qualities. Measurements may vary slightly.
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Please allow 10 business days for the product to leave our warehouse and to receive tracking information. You should expect to receive this item within 15 business days of the order date.