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The mission of NOVICA, in association with National Geographic, is to give artists and artisans around the world a global platform to express their true artistic talents, to spur their creativity and to be paid a fair wage for their craft. A bio of the artist(s) will arrive with each piece helping you feel the attachment to the product and to the hands that created it. You will enjoy the one-of-a-kind craftsmanship. Due to the handcrafted nature of each piece, colors, motifs, sizes, shapes and designs may vary slightly from the images shown or dimensions provided.
Sese wood and brass plates
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This solemn mask features the grave
visage of a worried medicine man. Victor Yao Delanyo hand carves this piece according to the customs of the Basonge people from Congo. Named Fwebe (Chief), it is usually worn by a priest during rituals to cleanse ...
This wondrous, mystical hand carved sese
wood mask comes from the Nyadedzor workshop. With a round face, half closed eyes, and an open mouth, the mask bears the name Nkunim, meaning "to succeed". The piece is adorned with beautiful designs as well as ...
By Peter Wolfgang Nkrumah, this elegant
mask design represents the Grebo people of the Ivory Coast. A bird perches on the forehead of a shy maiden whose face is adorned with brass repousse. These are worn by royal girls who are betrothed but ...