Add a touch of Africa to your home and support for the artisans from Ghana who made these mask bookends. Masks and carving are an intrinsic part of life in Ghana, with hundreds of different masks for peace, wisdom, good luck and protection. In the Asante Kingdom, skilled crafters have long used Adinkra symbols representing ideas, personalities and fables of the Asante culture. Using traditional techniques, artisans apply these symbols to contemporary designs. These bookends are an interesting addition to any library and will keep your favorite books handy. Metal frame with carved wooden masks.
9"T x 5"L x 8"W