Lizard Sculpture


African people have been using beads to make cultural artifacts ever since Europeans first arrived in Cape Town and used beads to trade with locals. Today this tradition carries on using metal wire to craft magnificent bead sculptures. In some cultures in Africa the lizard is used as a symbol of protection, fertility and abundance.

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Jokwe Masks


These masks are from the Jokwe tribe in the Congo. They are worn to celebrate the rites of the young men when they make the transition from boy to man. The mask is worn in a traditional dance and celebration of the coming of age. They are made of Magongo wood and have the markof the Jokwe tribe on the forehead. These masks are perfect for hanging on a wall, framing or placing on a stand.

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Chameleon Sculpture


African people have been using beads to make cultural artifacts ever since Europeans first arrived in Cape Town and used beads to trade with locals. Today this tradition carries on using metal wire to craft magnificent bead sculptures. African tribes believe the chameleon is the bringer of rain and in most cultures a symbol of transformation.

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Giraffe Sculpture


The word Zimbabwe means house of stone based on the Great Zimbabwean ruins. The Shona have been stone carvers for centuries and are some the best stone carvers on the African continent. Giraffes are unique to Africa said to symbolize intuition. The giraffe is often used as a totem for people who are dynamic, farsighted and prone to visions. The giraffe is also considered a messenger that encourages us to broaden our horizons.

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Lovers Sculpture


The word Zimbabwe means house of stone based on the Great Zimbabwean ruins. The Shona have been stone carvers for centuries and are some the best stone carvers on the African continent. This abstract carving signifies the everlasting love between between two lovers.

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Family Sculpture


The word Zimbabwe means house of stone based on the Great Zimbabwean ruins. The Shona have been stone carvers for centuries and are some the best stone carvers on the African continent. The sculpture signifies the importance of the family in African culture. The stone used for the carving is fetched from quarries which are sometimes up to 100 miles away from the village where the artist works. Each stone is different and contains a variety of colors, striations and naturally occuring lines. The sculptures are fragile. Kindly note that the dimensions may vary up to 1/2 an inch due to final finishing.

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Torso Sculpture


The word Zimbabwe means house of stone based on the Great Zimbabwean ruins. The Shona have been stone carvers for centuries and are some the best stone carvers on the African continent. The torso is a tribute to the female form and is a combination of the classical European motif and contemporary African art.

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