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Traditionally used as a defensive weapon in wartime and displayed as a decorative symbol of status and wealth by the Tikar tribe in Cameroon. Meticulously crafted, carved from a solid piece of wood and collaboratively decorated by a large group of tribespeople to make each piece truely unique. This large shield boasts hundreds of hand-placed glass beads on manila string in a circular pattern around a dimensional cluster of natural cowrie shells in the centre. These decorative shields are one-of-a-kind statement pieces. No matter what your design or color preference is these artisanal wall pieces are without a doubt conversation points in any space. Colour: Black and white Size: 50-60cm in Diameter (measurements are approximate) Origin: Cameroon

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