A handmade paper mache bowl with hand-painted Adinkra art.
The west African Adinkra symbol "Ohene Aniwa" means "king's eyes", or the king sees all". It represents vigilance and beauty. The cream-colored symbol plays perfectly against the 'almost black' gray background. The beautiful, earthy texture comes from the recycled papers used in this piece. The raw, unpainted edge is a fitting contrast to the clean graphic look.
A generously sized organic form created to serve as a focal point on a table or displayed on a wall. A sturdy black wire loop makes hanging quick and easy.
Sealed all over for moisture resistance and durability. Intended for light use and decor. Not wet food safe. Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Made from a paper pulp of newspaper and other recyclable paper, this bowl is a lightweight, but sturdy piece.
*** Unless otherwise indicated, ALL of my papier mache items are made from TRUE recycled paper and other reclaimed materials, not pre shredded storebought mache.
*This listing is for the bowl only! Other items shown are for example only/not included.
Colors: dark gray, light cream
Measures: approx. 14 in x 14 in x 4.25 in h (35.5 cm x 35.5 cm x 10.75)
Recycling and conservation are important to me. Unless otherwise indicated, ALL of my papier mache items are made from recycled paper and other reclaimed materials, not pre-shredded store-bought mache.
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