Fertility Doll Sculpture(60 items)
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Aztec Goddess Scuplture
Gorgeous Aztec sculpture. The colors and detail are magnificent. Arrived quickly and in perfect condition. Thanks.
A beautiful set
I bought the twin dolls as a gift for my daughter who is trying to have a baby. She loves them and has already displayed them on her shelf. I?ll let you know if they worked!
Winfred Korley Hand-carved wood sculptures
"I developed the art of carving at a young age."
"I developed the art of carving at a young age. After school, I'd walk to a nearby workshop to observe carvers busy sculpting different objects from a log of wood. I was surprised to see such... read more
Popular Fertility Doll Sculpture
Hand Crafted Fertility Doll Sculpture, "Mother of Twins"$79.99
Standing with open arms, this doll symbolizes fertility according to the Ashanti people of Ghana. Her face is beautiful and expressive, and she serves as a proud emblem of tradition. Winfred Korley carves this statuette by hand of sese wood with extraordinary attention to detail. Twin children adorn each cheek.
Hand Crafted Wood Fertility Dolls with Glass Beads, "Heartfelt Wish"$77.99
Artisan Winfred Korley crafts a pair of fertility dolls that is rich with meaning. The woman holds her stomach, and the man does so as well in solidarity, showing his support. The figures are carved by hand from native sese wood and adorned with recycled glass bead jewelry; the woman wears a red cotton loincloth. Such fertility dolls are common in West Africa; they are carried by women hoping to conceive a child.
Wood fertility doll, "Ashanti Donkor"$79.99
Standing with open arms, this doll symbolizes fertility according to the Ashanti people of Ghana. Her face shows scarifications known as and she serves as a proud emblem of tradition. By Winfred Korley, the image boasts beaded jewelry. "Donkor is a tribal mark given to protect a child from evil spirits in Ghana," the artisan says. "Other ethnic groups protect children with these tribal marks, yet others identify them with donkor."
Original Fertility Doll Wood Sculpture from Africa, "Ashanti Mother"$99.99
Beautifully feminine, an fertility doll symbolizes the force of tradition. In Ghana, such figures are believed to assist a woman who wants to conceive a baby. Abdulai Osman Adam carves the lovely doll that also represents beauty and wisdom and adorns it with embossed aluminum. On the forehead, he depicts an Ashanti ottoman throne with an symbol meaning "I fear none except God."