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HAND CARVED SOLID EBONY WOOD FRUIT BOWL AND FRUIT, International Shipping is already included in the price, through the post office registered mail, however should you wish to receive this treasure urgently please get in touch for a quote on courier costs.

Hand carved Solid Ebony wood fruit bowl, lovely piece and would make a lovely centre piece on your diningroom table. Each of the fruit has all been uniquely hand carved individually, the fruit are apple, pear, pineapple, and carrot etc using two tone wood effect. A magnificent Treasure and beautifully hand carved, a keepsake treasure designed to be loved and treasured for many years to come. Ebony wood items of this size are becoming more and more difficult to acquire and certainly one like this size, is a rare find.

A very beautiful item and this has not been mass produced but artists from Ghana sitting hand carving this beautiful item.  Be the envy of your friends and truly magnificent treasure and master piece.

Very unique for African design for the lovers of African art

Ebony wood is finely-textured and has a very smooth finish when polished, making it very valuable as an ornamental wood. Ebony is one of the most expensive hardwoods by species in the world. Ebony wood is an exceptionally hard, very dense, and really beautiful black wood. In Africa they call it “Mpingo” wood and is highly favored but difficult to acquire. Ebony wood is found mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia. It is one of the most intensely black woods known, with very high density, fine texture and it can be polished to a beautiful shine. With all these attributes that Ebony wood has, it has made it very valuable. It is known to be one of the most expensive and sought after woods. Ebony has a long history of use, with carved pieces having been found in “Ancient Egypt” tombs.

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