Akua'ba Ashanti Fertility Doll
Its history originates in southern Ghana with the legend of Akua, an Ashanti woman who could not get pregnant, sought the help of local spiritual leaders, and commissioned the wood carving of a small wooden doll. The woman cared for the doll as if it were her own baby and soon became pregnant.
Height: 23 to 25 cm
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Note: Since All African crafts are handmade and crafted by our Artists; for some orders the final products might not be exactly the same as the photos. (Usually artists will update their designs and comes up with new ideas in terms of improving their final work). In this case before dispatch and shipping the order our team will Email the photo of the available and final products to you for your appreciation and approval.
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