La Betz

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Meticulously handmade by artisans in Cameroon, the Juju hat, Bamileke feather headdress, or Tyn hat is traditionally worn by royal dancers during important ceremonies held by tribal chiefs. These breathtaking works of art transform into stunning wall hangings that bring texture and personality to any space. Made with chicken feathers in warm white and tan, this multidimensional Juju hat is guaranteed to make a statement in your home. Features include: - Handmade in Cameroon - Warm, creamy…

Meticulously handmade by artisans in Cameroon, the Juju hat, Bamileke feather headdress, or Tyn hat is traditionally worn by royal dancers during important ceremonies held by tribal chiefs. These breathtaking works of art transform into stunning wall hangings that bring texture and personality to any space. Made with chicken feathers in warm white and tan, this multidimensional Juju hat is guaranteed to make a statement in your home. Features include: - Handmade in Cameroon - Warm, creamy…

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Tribal African Masks Set - Miscellaneous Conceptual

Buy Tribal African Masks Set by ssstocker on GraphicRiver. Tribal ethnic african mask big set on whate background.

Africa | he Zangbeto is a traditional voodoo guardian of the night, originally created to scare the enemy away, now he will wander around the street to detect thieves and witches, and dispensing justice. We encountered him on the side of the road during our drive across the country. Legend tells that there are no humans under the costume, only spirits of the night. The zangbeto is revered by all, and has magical powers to scare witches. | ©Gret Howard

Africa | he Zangbeto is a traditional voodoo guardian of the night, originally created to scare the enemy away, now he will wander around the street to detect thieves and witches, and dispensing justice. We encountered him on the side of the road during our drive across the country. Legend tells that there are no humans under the costume, only spirits of the night. The zangbeto is revered by all, and has magical powers to scare witches. | ©Gret Howard