Juju hat or Bamileke headdress originates from West Cameroon and is handmade consisting of dyed chicken feathers, stitched into a raffia basket. It is traditionally worn by royal dancers during ceremonies held by the Chief and symbolizes prosperity. Believed to posses the positive nature of birds, it is an object of rare beauty and will create a statement when displayed on any wall.

Size: 27″ diameter

Categories: Decorative, Folk Art & African Tribal Art, Home Decor, Tribal Art from Around the World, Wonderful Pieces
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