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Wood Wall Adornments, 'Akan Twins' (Pair)


Wood Wall Adornments, 'Akan Twins' (Pair)

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Description: Wood Wall Adornments, 'Akan Twins':

  • Designed by Eric Darko
  • Hand-carved decorative wall adornments of children on a large-scale fork and spoon
  • Made from sese wood with an antique finish
  • Darko names the set Ata ni Ataa, names given to boy and girl twins of Ghana's Akan tribe
  • Spoon measures 4 3/10 inches in width by 1 3/5 inches in depth by 19 3/10 inches in height
  • Fork measures 4 1/10 inches in width by 1 1/5 inches in depth by 18½ inches in height
  • Wipe with a damp cloth

Now part of the National Geographic family, NOVICA's ongoing mission is to provide opportunities for artists and to actively preserve traditional cultures and skills. Purchases directly benefit artisans in the developing world and have a ripple effect through their communities. NOVICA's eight regional offices (including Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, Brazil, Ghana, India, Thailand and Indonesia) are staffed by local art and culture experts, fashion and product photographers, videographers, writers, and technicians, all of whom work directly with artisans to help get images of their offerings online and available for sale.

Material: Sese wood


Origin: Imported