Unique Gifts: Masks(241 items)
Enjoy exploring the Unique Gifts Mask Collection at NOVICA, crafted by talented artisans around the world.
Featured Reviews on Unique Gifts: Masks
Wonderful for teaching
the mask has a dynamic presence in my home. I love the bright color as well as a symbol of two diamonds for lessons to be taught.
Beautiful addition to collection
This is so beautiful and just the right size. It fills out our collection nicely and with depth and texture. I was looking for something smaller to balance out the larger pieces and this was perfect. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the metal overlay.
She LOVED it!
This is an amazing piece to have on your wall and will draw complements from everyone....I admire it, everytime I look at it!
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 Unique Gifts: Masks
Unique Modern Wood Mask, "Balinese Woman"
Floral tendrils delicately embrace the face of a Balinese woman. Eliciting her portrait from hibiscus wood, Eka designs this exquisite mask. Hibiscus wood varies widely in its tones and patterns, thus each mask is an absolutely unique work of art.
Hand Crafted Ghanaian Sese Wood Wall Mask with Brass Accents, "Opeyemi"$44.99
An elongated mask with slender eyes gazes out at the viewer, exuding pride. Saeed Musah of Ghana presents this stunning mask, hand crafted from sese wood and accented with vibrant hues in acrylics and brass accents. means "give praise" in a West African language.
West African Wood Beaded Wall Mask from Ghana, "Zulu Homage"$99.95
This stylized mask by Saeed Musah of Ghana is a stunning and awe-inspiring addition to your home decor. The mask is hand carved from sese wood and features an intricate design created using recycled glass beads and aluminum plates. This mask, titled "Zulu", is named after the largest ethnic group in South Africa.
When you dream, dream big that was the saying on my mind as I listened to Abdul Aziz Mohamadu talking about... read more