African Bird Sculpture(41 items)
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Featured Review on African Bird Sculpture
A true reflection
This piece is even more beautiful in person. As soon as I opened the package I was instantly pleased! The colors are vibrant and the craftsmanship is amazing.
Ali Ibrahim Wood sculptures and masks
"I always knew that if I could not climb higher academically, I could make a good life out of this new field of carving. I put all myself into this craft I have found."
My story all began at a tender age when my parents had to move to Nigeria to seek greener pastures and be able to take care of us. I was left in the care of a relative. Initially things... read more
Popular African Bird Sculpture
Ghanaian Sankofa Bird Wood Sculptures (Pair), "Ghanaian Sankofa Birds"$99.99
Working in native sese wood, Abdul Aziz Mohamadu creates a pair of birds as sculptures. One holds a golden egg while both turn to look behind them. An Ashanti icon, the birds depict a traditional symbol known as the This is understood as "go back to your roots," the message conveyed through the form of a bird with its head tilted backward.
15 Piece Hand Carved Teakwood Noah's Ark Set, "Noah's Ark"$257.99
Two by two, the animals wend their way toward Noah, who awaits them. Obediently, Noah follows God's instructions with no idea of how things will end. Bright Kofi Agbetey takes his inspiration from the Bible to narrate the story of Noah and the ark. Carved by hand of teakwood, 12 animals join Noah and his wife to board the big boat.
Wood sculpture, "Sankofa Bird Message"$139.99
Working in native sese wood, Ali Ibrahim depicts an Ashanti icon. A traditional symbol from Ghana inspires him. Carved by hand, it features the image, enhanced with the textures of embossed aluminum and copper. This is understood as "go back to your roots," a message conveyed through the form of a bird with its head tilted backward.
Artisan Hand Carved African Bird Sculpture, "Senufo Kalaho Bird"$109.99
Much respected by the Senufo from northern Cote d'Ivoire, the graceful stands as a symbol of peace if it is seen, for these shy birds avoid humans. Salihu Ibrahim carves the kalaho from sese wood, adding details in deep red to the beautiful sculpture.