Wood Carvings

Wood carvings are perhaps the most frequently used decorative items found in homes and public spaces. The beauty of the pieces rely on the skill of the carver as well as the natural beauty of color and special grains of the wood. Wood is used in a wide range of sculptures, depicting both realistic subjects and the creative imagination of the artist. Some of the carvings are for utilitarian use while others provide great decorations (trays, bowls, serving utensils, wall hooks, and trivets).

Chief Chair, Zambia

$300

Ebony Figures

$250 each

Kenya, Ebony Wood, Mother and Three Children

$300

Woman Nursing Infant

$120

Woman, Wood Carving

$100

Generation Sculpture, Women

$80

Woman's Face, Wood Carving

$35

Ebony Generations Sculpture

$185

Warrior Wood Carving, Tanganyika

$36

Masai, Ebony Wood, Beaded Warrior

$36

Masai, Ebony Wood, Beaded Women with Scythes

$36 - $50

Masai, Ebony Wood, Beaded Women

$50 each

Masai, Women with Scythe

$38

Masai, Makua Wood Figures

$28 - $38

Masai Figure

$38

Masai Figure, Red

$38

Ironwood Elephant Candle Stick, Malawi

$35

Ironwood Candle Sticks, Malawi

$35 each

Ironwood Candle Sticks, Malawi

$40 each

Big 5 Candle Sticks, Zimbabwe

$50 each

Wooden Walking Stick, detail

$250

Wooden Walking Sticks

$70 - 250

Wooden Walking Sticks

$70 - $76

Zulu Beaded Clubs

$60 each

Small Wooden Creatures

Small Wooden Animals

Zebra wood carving

$36