A large and beautiful hand-carved and hand-coloured African wood-carving from ESHOWE in Zululand Africa.
The scene depicts a traditional African village, where the village chief quietly under the shade of a tree eating something while the women are at work. Around you can see many of the local animals. This work of art is signed on the reverse with S. NXU (S. Nxumalo).
Eshowe is the oldest town of the European settlement in Zululand. Eshowe's name is inspired by the sound of the wind that blows through the more than 4 km² of the native Dlinza Forest.
A beautiful and large wooden carving made from a single piece of wood, that can be hung on the wall. Beautiful!
Second half of the 20th century - in good and undamaged condition
49 cm x 10 cm x 2 cm.
Weight: at least 250 g.
An asset for every collector or as a decorative eye-catcher in any interior.
Carved out of a singe piece of wood. Entirely beautifully finished. The photos are an addition to the description of the condition of this carving.
The mask will be well packaged and shipped with Track and Trace.
- Beautiful large carvings - Eshowe - Zululand - Africa
- Estimated Period
- Late 20th century
- Country of Origin
- Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
- 49×10×2 cm
- 250 g