The hand carved mask depicts the Adinkra symbol Kode Emower Ewa that represent the “talons of the eagle”. This Adinkra symbol in this African art piece symbolizes devotion and service.
Kode Emower Ewa was shaved into the back of the heads of the Queen Mother’s servants. In Ghana, the Queen Mother is the most important person in a village or town as she advises the king and helps to choose the king.
Your Adinkra mask is sure to go with much of the decor in your home.
Comes with leather strap on the back for easy hanging.
Your mask is 15 inch high and 6.5 inches wide. It comes with a card describing the meaning of the Adinkra symbol.
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