Brass Pendant Adinkra Fawohodie (Independence) Symbol

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Brass Pendant Adinkra Fawohodie (Independence) Symbol

From: £4.00

Material: Brass

African brass pendants handmade by the ancient technique of metal casting in Ghana’s ethnic Ashanti region. Recycled brass

2 sizes available:
a. about 30mm long and 23 mm across, 2 mm thick. The hole is 2-3mm wide.
b. approx 56mm long, 43mm wide, 3mm thick, with 4mm hole inside the bail.

variations occur in size and colour as they are handmade

*Adinkra are visual symbols from the Akan tribes of Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire in West Africa. They represent concepts, original thoughts, and popular proverbs in easily memorable form. They’re also a record of historical events and express traditional attitudes.
“Fawohodie” is the local name for the symbol printed in this cloth, and is a symbol of independence, emancipation and freedom.


30mm, 56mm

Pack Size

1, 2, 3