Ghanaian Wood Masks(1,224 items)
Welcome to the Ghanaian Wood Mask Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Ghanaian Wood Masks
The woven headdress really sets this mask apart from others. The head portion is small so make sure to look at the product dimensions.
Nicer than I ever anticipated it to be - great size, color, detail & overall quality. Very impressed with this mask, so I bought 3 more round masks!
A Work of Art!
This mask looks so fabulous in my home. A real eye catcher, the colors and workman ship are exceptional . To own this piece at Novica pricing is a true blessing
Abdul Aziz Mohamadu Hand-carved African masks
"In 2000, I went into carving and since then I have never regretted it. But I haven't abandoned painting completely either."
Popular Ghanaian Wood Masks
Eco-Friendly African Wood Mask with Raffia from Ghana, "Eco Akuchinyere"$77.99
Wearing a headdress made from colorful, handwoven raffia fiber, this African mask is created by Abdul Aziz Mohamadu. He hand-carves the mask from a single piece of sese wood, accented with colorful beads of recycled plastic. This mask is named which means "wealth has come" in the Igbo language of Nigeria.
Embossed Brass and Hand Carved Wood African Mask, "A Peace Blessing"$59.99
Quiet features exude tranquility and good will in this elegant African mask. Adorned with richly embossed brass, the design arises from artisan Rita Addo Zakour's own imagination. She names the exquisite piece which means "peace be unto you" in the Ewe language.
Beaded Wood Three Faced African Wall Mask Crafted by Hand, "Glorious Work"$79.99
Two faces emerge from the sides of this spectacular wall mask, testifying to the admirable artistry of Awudu Saaed. He crafts his original design with sese wood, adorning the many faces with colorful recycled glass beads and embossed brass. The Ghanaian artisan names this wall mask , meaning "Glorious Work" in the Igbo language.
African Sese Wood Mask with Beige and Black Rings from Ghana, "Baluba Rings"$59.99
Carved by hand of sese wood in the traditional style of Baluba tribe masks, this African mask makes a striking addition to any home. The Baluba people of Africa, known for their farming lifestyle, are native to Zambia and Zaire. Ghanaian artisan Abdulai Osman Adam crafts the mask to feature alternating rings of black and white, with a rustic finish and a prominent nose bridge that extends up and down the face.