Inspired by the Adinkra symbol Sankofa, which means 'return and get it,' this pair of sculptures is hand-carved of Ghanaian sese wood, depicting two birds that stretch their necks to reach over their backs. One bird has an egg in its mouth and the other has a closed beak. Abdul Aziz Mohamadu designs this pair of sculptures, elaborating each bird with multicolored paints and vibrant, recycled glass beads.
- Sese wood, recycled glass beads, brass
- Hand-crafted item -- color, size and/or motif may vary slightly
- Promotes recycling and reduces waste
- 1.08 lbs
- Small sculpture: 7.3 inches H x 3.7 inches W x 2 inches D
- Large sculpture: 7.5 inches H x 4.5 inches W x 2 inches D