Culture Furniture(61 items)
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Featured Reviews on Culture Furniture
The table is simply a beautiful object d art that is functional. I put a round glass top on it and it gets loads of compliments. It fits the decor of my sunroom perfectly.
By Usman Ghani
i bought two chairs, although the production was of different years, still the craftsmanship was skillful some color variation though. but, overall the product was neatly crafted, packed and delivered local customs are a big headache though, costing quite a lot
Table from Africa
I love this table, it was so easy to put together and it very nicely made and the red color is really bright and the black contrast is stunning. I am so glad I purchased it , thank you.
Chief Carver Nana Frimpong African masks and thrones
Nana Frimpong is the chief carver for the king of the Ashanti. Frimpong's artistry has been featured on BBC's The World, Business Week, The Christian Science Monitor, and The Washington Post.
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Popular Culture Furniture
Handcrafted Mohena Wood and Leather Accent Chest from Peru, "Colonial Majesty"$264.99
Decorated with lavish motifs in the style of colonial artistry, this majestic accent chest from Peru is crafted of hand-tooled leather over rich mohena wood. Presented by Wilfredo Rios, this noble piece of furniture brings the history of the Andean highlands to your home. It comes fitted with six individual drawers for storing small items and accessories.
Ashanti Throne Stool, "Decisions"$449.99
This magnificent sese wood throne stool by Nana Frimpong illustrates a West African saying. is a statement in the Akan language that means "the decision to go or not to go depends upon whether or not you are subordinate to anybody." Traditionally expressed in symbols, popular wisdom is communicated to the people. Frimpong carefully sculpts the piece by hand, polishing it to a rich finish with dark tan mansion polish.
Hand Carved Adinkra Symbol Sese Wood Folding Table, "Adinkra Elephant"$117.99
Adorned with four Ghanaian adinkra symbols, this enchanting folding table is the perfect place for a stack of books or cup of tea. West African artisan Awudu Saaed carves the table from native sese wood and adds a trumpeting elephant in the center of the adinkra symbols. Here, the four symbols express God, caution against hypocrisy, unity, and love (clockwise from lower left).