These rich colorful mid-century wooden African-themed wall hangings are really gorgeous. They have a touch of mid-century kitsch about them, but just a touch. They transcend their time because there are beautifully made and the people have a serene timeless beauty. Minor scuff marks on the woman’s face, and some minor loss of paint on her head band; Man is in nearly mint condition. Made by Achatit circa 1960, sold my Davies Art Shop in Aberdine, Washington.
8" W x 7.5" H x 3" Deep; 9.5" H x 4.25" W x 3" D
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