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Category Archives: African Mask Gifts
Do you love the masks of Lotus Masks & World Imports and have a trip to Africa planned in the near future? If so, here are some tips for some great places to check out. Africa is an extremely diverse … Continue reading
A vintage or antique look can add to the appeal of your African mask, but improper care can lead to devaluation or degradation of your mask or sculptures. Since most African artifacts are crafted from the natural materials, following these … Continue reading
While most people associate exotic masks and statues solely with African art, the breadth of African art extends beyond this. Even with material art, there are also cloths and bodily decorations to consider as well as carved doors, poles and … Continue reading
There are six major ethnic groups in Ghana: Ashanti, Ewe, Guma, Guan, Mole-Dagbani and Ga-Adangbe. The Ashanti people are the largest and their chief crafts are African mask and African statue making, woodwork and weaving. They are noted for their … Continue reading
If you’re like us, you love African masks–or masks in general. You’d love to have them all, and you think they’d make great gifts. If you’re considering giving an African mask as a gift to a first-time collector (who may … Continue reading