Wood Masks(2,339 items)
Welcome to the Wood Mask Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Wood Masks
I fell in love with this piece at first sight, but it was sold out. After a couple of months in my wish list I received a notification and immediately bought it. The color is breathtaking as the craftsmanship. Felicidades y gracias José ¡Eres un mago!
This Wood Carved Ganesha is one of the most beautiful pieces I own. The detail is absolutely beautiful. For the price, this is hard to beat. The artist is truly masterful. I highly recommend buying from this artist!
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 Wood Masks
Artisan Hand Carved Unique Santa Claus African Mask, "Ghanaian Santa Claus"$97.99
Beloved around the world, Santa Claus is also present in West Africa, where some adults dress as Father Christmas, or "Papa Bronya." This is especially popular at parties, as Santa is the one who hands out gifts. Ali Mohammed depicts the benevolent character as an African mask. Carved by hand of sese wood, this image of "Father Christmas" brings a Ghanaian presence to holiday decor.
Butterfly Theme Balinese Hibiscus Wood Mask, "Queen of the Butterflies"$77.99
A butterfly alights on the face of a beautiful woman with scarlet lips. Or perhaps it is two birds, facing each other as if in a test of wills. By Gusti Ngurah Semarajaya, the enigmatic hibiscus wood mask is painted by hand. It poses on a stand of guagule wood.
Hand Carved Wood Mask, "African Giraffe Spirit II"$94.99
Shaped like an elongated almond, this black mask is elegant and beautiful. Theophilus Sackey carves the piece from sese wood and paints it by hand. Parallel lines represent neatly combed hair, and a red African giraffe marches across the forehead.
Hand Carved African Wood Mask, "African Elephant Spirit II"$99.99
Shaped like an elongated almond, this violet and black mask is elegant and beautiful. Theophilus Sackey carves the piece from sese wood, paints it by hand and leaves carved out details in a cream hue. Vertical lines in parallel represent neatly combed hair, where a mighty African elephant stands out. Below, another elephant is revealed by Sackey.