A gorgeous handcrafted revived hand-painted sculpture of a pregnant Baule mother carved in Marinalumber symbolized fertility for the Baule neighborhood. This is almost a 35-40 year old statue that has been revived by a contemporary artist to develop as an addition to any kind of residence decor these days. In previously times, this statue was believed to carry roughly an aura of positive energy and great health and wellness to a woman delivering a baby in her womb.

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Beauticompletely feminine, an akuaba fertility doll symbolizes the force of tradition. In Ghana, such figures are thought to help a woman that wants to conceive a baby. Emmanuel Opoku Asante carves the lovely doll that also represents beauty and also wisdom, dressing her in Afrideserve to beads.

Overall: 20.3'' H x 7.8'' W x 2.4'' DOverall Product Weight: 1.54lb.
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Beauticompletely feminine, an akuaba fertility doll symbolizes the force of legacy. In Ghana, such numbers are thought to assist a womale that wants to conceive a baby. Nana Frimpong carves the lovely doll that additionally represents beauty and wisdom.

Overall: 11.75'' H x 4.7'' W x 1.6'' DOverall Product Weight: 0.35lb.
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Standing through open arms, this doll symbolizes fertility according to the Ashanti world of Ghana. Her challenge is beautiful and expressive, and also she serves as a proud emblem of tradition. Winfred Korley carves this photo by hand also, dressing her in beads.

Overall: 18'' H x 7'' W x 2.8'' DOverall Product Weight: 1.01lb.

The female Buddha is recognized as the Mother of Mercy and Compassion who represents virtue and enlightenment. She brings longevity, serenity, defense, and healing. Cast in elegant, stonewashed volcanic ash and also weatherproofed for indoor or outdoor use.

Theme: BuddhasMaterial: Stone; ConcreteMaterial Details: Stone and concreteOverall: 17'' H x 11'' W x 7'' D

Standing with open up arms, this doll symbolizes fertility according to the Ashanti human being of Ghana. Her challenge is beautiful and expressive, and she serves as a proud emblem of heritage. Winfred Korley carves this sculpture by hand of sese timber with extrasimple attention to detail. Twin youngsters adorn each cheek.

Overall: 18.5'' H x 7'' W x 2.8'' DOverall Product Weight: 1.01lb.

Artisan crafts a charming pair of fertility dolls, well-off through meaning. The womale holds her stomach, and also the man does so also in solidarity, reflecting his support in maternity. Each figure is carved by hand from aboriginal hardwood and also adorned via jewelry of recycled glass beads. Fertility dolls such as these are widespread in West Africa, lugged by womales that are hoping to develop.

Overall: 9.5'' H x 3.5'' W x 2.2'' DOverall Product Weight: 0.62lb.

Shaped favor a woman's torso, this wall sculpture is influenced by the traditions of the Mende human being in Sierra Leone. This sculpture is usually provided to womales upon their wedding day to ascertain she'll be able to develop. Ghana's Salihu Ibrahim carves the sese wood replica by hand to resemble a woman’s pregnant midriff. Ibrahim adorns the wall sculpture via a freduced approximately the navel and treats it through clay to achieve an antique end up.

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Overall: 19.3'' H x 8.8'' W x 4.7'' DOverall Product Weight: 2.3lb.