Mask Carved Half Black 24 Inch
> This exquisite piece of Fijian wood carving is truly one of a kind. The Samoans master carvers named the ÂLemakiÂ tribe and the Tongans introduced the art of carving masks and also its significance with the belief that it would blend well with the Fijian culture and tradition as they were great cannibals in the Pacific. According to mythology, masks were originally made to represent various gods and ideals, such as love and prosperity, strength and abundance, or happiness and luck. Today, they are mainly used for decoration and gifts.
> These beautiful masks are hand-carved from treated Mako wood and finished with oil, wax or polish to provide a sturdy, varnished look and feel, which is of size of 24 inches.
> A happiness and luck that can be part of your home decor or a gift for your loved ones.
JackÂs The Original products are individually hand-crafted by local artisans using the best available materials. Each piece is unique and may have slight variations in size, shape, colour and finish.
Â Avoid direct sunlight or bright lights, which can fade finishes and colours.
Â Avoid placing near a fireplace or other heat source.
Â Avoid cleaning with harsh chemicals, simply wipe gently with a damp cloth or dust with a clean, natural bristle brush.
Â Do not immerse in water.
Â May be polished with wood wax or neutral polish monthly.
To maintain the original appearance of this dish, we encourage it to be used for decorative purposes only.