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Set of 2 Adinkra stamps 10.08.1171

The symbol of the stamp (right in the picture) is called Biribi wo soro which means "There is something in the heavens" and conveys the ides of Hopeand Reliance on God for inspiration. Nyame, biribi wo soro, na ma embeka me nsa. God, there is something in heaven, let it get to me.

  • Ref.:10.08.1171
  • Size:70 X 70 mm
  • Weight:30 gr

Category

  • Adinkra stamps from Ghana 10.08West-, Central- & North Africa 29.01
  • Under construction: AFRICAN TEXTILES 10REGIONAL GALLERIES 29

Origin

  • West and Central Africa
  • GHANA
  • Akan (meta ethic groups speaking Tano language)Asante (sub-group of Akan)

Material

  • VegetalGourds, calebashes

Quality

  • Functional tool Original condition

35.00
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