Ewe wood mask, 'Reconcile' (Ghana)

Historical customs of the Ewe people from the Volta region of Ghana inspire this powerful mask. It is known as Trogbor, which in Akan means Come back, and it was worn after tribal conflicts as a symbol of reconciliation and peace. Ralph Kwasi Agudze carves the sese wood mask by hand and decorates it with embossed aluminum as well as with fiery red acrylic paints.

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Ewe wood mask, 'Reconcile' (Ghana) Review

My mother was amazed with this Ewe wood mask, 'Reconcile' (Ghana). I have to order treatments & masks also for me.

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