Ashanti Masks(31 items)
Welcome to the Ashanti Mask Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Ashanti Masks
Protecting my home
I ve been in love with Africa since I visited a few years back. I regretted not buying a mask then and have been looking for the perfect one ever since. I found this one and it now hangs over the entry door to my home making me feel safe and secure! It s beautiful and I m so happy!
Nice addition to collection
Thw brave buffalo mask is bold and a sign of strenght in my collection. It is made with grwat care and expertise.
Ashanti Warrior Queen
Simply Breathtaking the art work is very detail. I received my package in a timely manner and in excellent condition. The artist is very gifted. I found a perfect place for the Queen. Thank you & Blessings!!!
Robert Nortey Hand-carved wood masks
"I love my art and I hope to produce more interesting designs..."
Popular Ashanti Masks
Handmade Ashanti Wood Mask, "Woman Warrior"$59.99
Serenely beautiful, this mask by Nana Frimpong depicts an Ashanti woman warrior. "When Yaa Asantewaa led the Ashanti's final battle, she used this mask to protect herself. The horns signify her seriousness during the war," the master carver says. He works in African sese wood to create this extraordinary image.
Red and Yellow African Mask, "Safety and Security"$79.99
Carved by hand, this authentic African mask revels in bright, bold colors. An symbol on the forehead conveys conventional wisdom; this one is named from the Ashanti word for "house or compound" and is a symbol of security and safety. Godfred France designs and crafts the mask by hand.
Handmade Sese Wood Mask, "Together"$49.99
Nana Frimpong carves a mask of sleek beauty, crowned by a fertility doll. "When you come to the Ashanti Kingdom, the king gathers all of his clan together as one," he explains. Frimpong names the mask which means "Let us come together" in Ghana's Akan language.
Artisan Crafted Beaded African Mask, "Ashanti Warrior Queen"$79.99
Her name is synonymous with bravery, for Yaa Asantewaa was a brave Ashanti queen who led her people to fight British colonialism in 1901. Revered and beloved by Ashanti women, she is honored in an African mask. Abdul Aziz Mohamadu carves the piece by hand, adding inlay of hand embossed brass. Colorful seed beads are meticulously applied by hand.