A Helping Hand: African Wooden Walking Stick

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  • Crafted in Tanzania by skilled Makonde artisans. Authentic African art.
  • Carved out of African Mahogany Wood
  • Features an image of a person lifting another person up by giving a helping hand utilzing African shadow art techniques for the image.
  • Measures approximately 36 inches in height.
  • Not a medically approved mobility aid. Created for use as a decorative item or fashion accessory.

An authentic decorative African Walking Stick hand carved by skilled Makonde artisans in Tanzania. It is crafted from African Mahogany wood and features an image in traditional African shadow art of a person reaching down to provide a helping hand.

The importance of being a helping hand and being your brother's keeper lies in the fundamental principles of compassion, empathy, and communal support. By embracing these values, individuals contribute to creating a stronger and more harmonious society.

Being a helping hand means offering assistance and support to those in need. It involves extending a helping hand without judgment or expectation, recognizing that we all go through challenges and difficulties in life. By offering help, whether it's through lending a listening ear, providing resources, or offering a helping hand physically or emotionally, we build connections and foster a sense of solidarity within our communities.

Being your brother's keeper embodies the notion that we are responsible for one another's well-being. It means actively looking out for the welfare of others, being aware of their struggles, and taking actions to alleviate their suffering. By being attentive, compassionate, and willing to lend a hand, we can create a society where everyone feels supported and cared for.

Each walking stick measures approximately 36 inches in height. Is source material of African Mahagony wood is renowned for its qualities of durability, rich colors, lustrous appearance, attractive grain pattern, and stability. It is also sustainable and eco-friendly being sourced from well-managed forests.

The Makonde artisans that create these walking sticks hail from Tanzania, an East African country. They have gained international recognition for their exceptional skill in wood carving, which has been passed down from one generation to the next. Their craftsmanship brings life to the wood, as they intricately sculpt intricate designs and motifs, reflecting their traditions, beliefs, and the natural beauty of their surroundings.

The walking stick's black and brown two-tone colors are achieved through the staining process and lend an air of sophistication and elegance to its appearance. The contrasting shades beautifully highlight the intricate carvings that adorn the cane. Each one is a testament to the Makonde carvers' skill.

Please note that these walking sticks have not been medically approved as a mobility aid. They are meant to be decorative or used as a fashion accessory. They add a touch of African heritage to their wielder and allow their owner to embrace the spirit of Africa. Its presence is sure to captivate the attention of others and spark conversations about its artistry and cultural significance.

Please note that due to its handmade nature, each walking stick may have slight variations in size, color, pattern, and appearance. These variations only enhance its authenticity and uniqueness, making each piece truly one-of-a-kind and a piece of African Art. Infuse your surrounding with the majesty of Mother Africa today!

Edition Each walking stick is hand carved by a Makonde artisan in Tanzania.
Height Approximately 36 inches
Medium African Mahogany Wood
Signed Unsigned
Year Released 2023

Akoma African Accents

A collection of authentic handmade African decor, fashion and jewelery. Perfect for any who appreciates cultural items that are truly unique. Each purchase helps support a local African artisan and their family.

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