African Wood Sculpture with Cotton Kente
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The bright cotton kente cloth this man wears is known as akwajan, and may only be worn by the Chief of the Ga people, as well as the Queen Mother. Winfred Korley shares the customs of southern Ghana with this hand-carved sese wood sculpture of a man wearing a yellow beaded necklace too. Finely detailed, the sculpture features an aged finish.
- 100% cotton, sese wood and glass beads
- 1.04 lbs
- 14.3 inches H x 4.3 inches W x 2.8 inches D
- Made in Ghana