Bamileke Hand Carved Wood Stool  - This African style decorative stool was literally and figuratively ‘made for a King’ as he sits on it during ceremonial rituals in Cameroon honoring the earth spider. According to legend, the earth spider plays a vital part in solving problems. As the earth spider is an essential link between the present and ancestral underground world.
The “X” shape rosettes of a six or eight star pattern carved into the Bamileke stools indicates a spiders\' shape.  It also suggests the common denominator shared by both spider and King of divine knowledge.
Material: Mansonia Wood (Mansonia altissima.)   
Available Sizes: 30 Diam, 40 Diam, 50 Diam, 55 Diam, 60 Diam and between 70 -80 Diam
The order code: BBC 100
 

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Bamileke Hand Carved Wood Stool
AFRICAN DECOR - a wood hand-carved bed - This African style decorative wood bed adds a sculptural element to any room, for example; it can be used as a coffee table or a bench in any living space, in your home or office.
African Decor - hand-carved in Cameroon, West Africa
Order Number is: BBC 011
The size of this particular Bamileke Bed is: 180cm x 45cm x 18cm high
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AFRICAN DECOR - a wood hand-carved bed
African Themed Decor - Bamileke Bed  - Also referred to as the Bracelet Bamileke Bed.  It was hand-carved in Cameroon, this particular bed has a wooden pillow carved in the wood, on the top of the bed.  
This Bamileke Bed, is often used as a coffee table or a bench in any room in your home or office.  It is available in a black, light or dark brown stained finish.  It can also be painted white or any colour of your choosing.  
Order Number: Bamileke Bed -  BBBB - 100
Size: 171 cm long x 56 cm W x 38 cm H

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African Themed Decor - Bamileke Bed
African Home Decor - Hand-carved wood - This African Decorative item is called a Natural - Bamileke Bed - It was hand-carved and comes from Cameroon. This particular bed has no pillow carved in the wood on the top of the bed. 
available colours: natural as seen here or it can be stained either in dark brown or black.  It can also be spray painted white or another colour of your choosing. 
The order number: BBB100
The Size: 155 x54 x 38Hcm
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African Home Decor - Hand-carved wood
Hand Carved Wooden Bamileke Stool - This African style decorative stool was literally and figuratively ‘made for a King’ as he sits on it during ceremonial rituals in Cameroon honoring the earth spider. According to legend, the earth spider plays a vital part in solving problems. As the earth spider is an essential link between the present and ancestral underground world.
The “X” shape rosettes of a six or eight star pattern carved into the Bamileke stools indicates a spiders\' shape.  It also suggests the common denominator shared by both spider and King of divine knowledge.
Material: Mansonia Wood (Mansonia altissima.)   
Available Sizes: 30 Diam, 40 Diam, 50 Diam, 55 Diam, 60 Diam and between 70 -80 Diam
The order code: BBC 100

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Hand Carved Wooden Bamileke Stool
AFRICAN DECOR - Antique Ashanti Stool  - This African antique Ashanti Stools, are spiritual as well as practical, carved from a single block of wood.  Legend foretells that the soul of the owner/s of the stool resides in the seat of the stool.  Hence, when the seat of the stool was not in use, it would lean against a wall, thus preventing other peoples souls passing-by from entering the owner’s seat.   Placing this stool in a contemporary or traditional setting can add a unique sculptural element to any living space.
Size: 54 x 28W x 38H cm
Available Colours: Natural however it can be stained in black or dark brown or spray painted in a colour of your choosing.
Order Code: ASS-010
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AFRICAN DECOR - Antique Ashanti Stool
Ethiopian Crosses - 
African Décor - Ethiopian Cross (Abyssinian Cross)
These processional crosses were mounted on staffs and carried during processionals as well as displayed on altars.
The kingdom of Ethiopia was probably the second country (after Armenia) to embrace the Christian faith. Evidence exists that Christianity thrived here even in the 1st century.
Please contact us for available sizes at info@phasesafrica.com 


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Ethiopian Crosses
Ethiopian Cross - 
African Décor - Ethiopian Cross (Abyssinian Cross)
This processional cross were mounted on staffs and carried during processionals as well as displayed on altars.
The kingdom of Ethiopia was probably the second country (after Armenia) to embrace the Christian faith. Evidence exists that Christianity thrived here even in the 1st century.
Please contact us for available sizes at info@phasesafrica.com 

 
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Ethiopian Cross
Ethiopian Crosses - 
African Décor - Ethiopian Cross (Abyssinian Cross)
These processional crosses were mounted on staffs and carried during processionals as well as displayed on altars.
The kingdom of Ethiopia was probably the second country (after Armenia) to embrace the Christian faith. Evidence exists that Christianity thrived here even in the 1st century.
Please contact us for available sizes at info@phasesafrica.com 

 
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Ethiopian Crosses
Ethiopian Cross  - African Décor - Ethiopian Cross (Abyssinian Cross)
This processional cross were mounted on staffs and carried during processionals as well as displayed on altars.
The kingdom of Ethiopia was probably the second country (after Armenia) to embrace the Christian faith. Evidence exists that Christianity thrived here even in the 1st century.
Please contact us for available sizes at info@phasesafrica.com 

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Ethiopian Cross
Mbole Anklet Currency from the Congo - The Mbole, people are found in Southeastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire.) These either bronze or copper anklet currency bracelets were used for major transactions. Worn either by men or women these large rounded anklets were offered by the husband to his wife to be a part of the marriage contract. 
Size: 42.5cm Diam x 17cm Deep
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Mbole Anklet Currency from the Congo
African Art Benin │Bronze Leopard - The Benin Kingdom and the Oba (ruler) was located in the southern region of Nigeria, this country is famed for its exquisite bronze sculptures.
The Oba is emblematically referred to as \'\'the leopard of the house.\'\' Leopards were kept in the palace to display the Oba\'s supremacy.
Size: Length from the front leg to back leg 113 cm x Highest Point from ground to center point in tail 109cm x 42cm Deep
       
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African Art Benin │Bronze Leopard
African Beaded Fetish Dolls - African Namji Beaded Dolls – fetish dolls

These African beaded dolls, gifted to young females of the tribe as a fertility doll to teach them the responsibilities of motherhood.
Materials: Carved from solid wood, multicolored trade glass beads, cowrie shells, coins, brass amulets, fibers, and leather strips. 
Sizes: 30cm, 40cm, 50cm, 60cm, 70cm, 80cm and even larger ones are available
Available Colours: White, Black, Red, Blue (light and dark) Green, Yellow, Orange, to name just a few.

 
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African Beaded Fetish Dolls
African Beaded Fetish Dolls - African Namji Beaded Dolls – fetish dolls
These African beaded dolls, gifted to young females of the tribe as a fertility doll to teach them the responsibilities of motherhood.
Materials: Carved from solid wood, multicolored trade glass beads, cowrie shells, coins, brass amulets, fibers, and leather strips. 
Sizes: 30cm, 40cm, 50cm, 60cm, 70cm, 80cm and even larger ones are available
Available Colours: White, Black, Red, Blue (light and dark) Green, Yellow, Orange, to name just a few.
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African Beaded Fetish Dolls
African Beaded Fetish Dolls - African Namji Beaded Dolls – fetish dolls
These African beaded dolls, gifted to young females of the tribe as a fertility doll to teach them the responsibilities of motherhood.
Materials: Carved from solid wood, multicolored trade glass beads, cowrie shells, coins, brass amulets, fibers, and leather strips. 
Sizes: 30cm, 40cm, 50cm, 60cm, 70cm, 80cm and even larger ones are available
Available Colours: White, Black, Red, Blue (light and dark) Green, Yellow, Orange, to name just a few.
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African Beaded Fetish Dolls
African Decor │ A Kings Crown - Gokwe - This Yoruba Kings crown from Nigeria is worshipped and one of the most cherished beaded objects from Africa. This crown can only be worn by a Yoruba King or his direct descendants, during public and state occasions. The crown is the most important object in royal Yoruba insignia. The beaded strings attached at the bottom of the crown covers the king’s face and shrouds him from the onlookers therefore strengthening his role as divine ruler.
Size: 30cm Diam x 41cm H
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African Decor │ A Kings Crown - Gokwe
African Decor │ Beaded Head Sculptures - These Vintage terracotta heads are from Nigeria decorated completely in beads and was used as home décor.
These beaded sculpted heads is a modern version of the original bronze head sculptures of Benin’s (Oba) during the 16th century
Size: approx 44cm High x 20cm Wide x 20cm Deep
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African Decor │ Beaded Head Sculptures
Kalao Bird African Artifacts - This Kalao (Hornbill) Senufo Bird also known as the Guardian Bird is from Southern Mali. Specialized artisans hand-carved it from a solid piece of wood and cladded it in brass metal and used raffia to signify the feathers.
Senufo people believed the Hornbill bird (Kalao) was one of the first living creatures symbolizing intellectual power and significant knowledge. The importance of the beak touching its swollen belly proposes pregnancy.   
Size: Approximately 76” Tall x 30 Deep (from belly) Wing Span Width 56” 
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Kalao Bird African Artifacts
Africa Bedu Plank Mask  - The Bedu from West Africa dates back to the 1930s.  The masks are flat plank-like forms with a head at the bottom, considered the largest masks found on the African continent. This African Decorative hand-carved wood plank mask is approximately   
Size: 196cm Tall x 77.25 60cm Wide
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Africa Bedu Plank Mask
African Wood Baga Snake Mask - Baga Snake from Guinea  Painted hand-carved wood
The spiritual force represented by this headdress, known as a-Mantsho-na-Tshol, or roughly \"master of medicine. The headdresses also appear to have served as symbols of a clan\'s identity and power, and were used in competitions between families. The headdresses could also be danced at any time to cheer up the community. Despite their seemingly ungainly size, these sculptural forms are handled during performances with surprising agility and staying power.
Size: 160cm Tall x 25cmW x 11cm Deep
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African Wood Baga Snake Mask
 
 
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