Handmade Wood 'Festival In Kumasi' Ashanti Mask (Ghana) - Brown/Black

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ITEM# 13550683
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    ITEM#: 13550683

    This handmade creation is offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.A long, narrow mask depicts a thin man who opens his mouth to speak. Hand carved from African sese wood, this mask is the handiwork of Gordon Adu, who replicates those used by the Ashanti people during the Adae festival in Kumasi.

    Product Features:

    • Weight: 2.0 lbs
    • Dimensions: 21.25" H x 5.5" W x 2.8" D
    • Materials: Sese wood
    • Color: Brown, Black, Red
    • Decorative
    • Made in Ghana.

    Story Behind the Art:

    He took advantage of an offer from one of his older brothers, a carver, to help hone his latent talents. Born in 1974, Gordon Adu was unable to finish secondary school because of economic limitations, and thus fell back on his natural artistic inclinations. He took advantage of an offer from one of his older brothers, a carver, to help hone his latent talents. In eight months Adu had advanced greatly in the creation and finishing of wooden art.

    Armed with talent and burgeoning experience, he moved to the city to seek opportunities. After a while he returned to his home city and established his workshop there, receiving indispensable moral support from his brother.

    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.


    Style Modern & Contemporary, Traditional
    Subject Culture
    Season or Holiday All Seasons
    Product Features Handmade
    Dimensions 2.8 In. X 5.5 In. X 21.25 In.
    Model Number 168987
    Country of Origin Ghana
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