Sugar Dish and Giraffe Sculptures Set
Tuzmo: Charles Muli
This hand carved sugar dish and giraffe sculpture set has been designed in Wamunyu area, Machakos County in lower eastern Kenya by a master carver of a local community. This set includes a Horizon Sunset Sugar Dish, Three Giraffes Sculpture and Small Giraffe Sculpture. Giraffes are important animals as the Kenyan people regularly interact with giraffes.
This Sugar Dish and Giraffe Sculptures Set will make a wonderful addition to your home decor. These pieces are made from locally available Kenyan hardwood and sometimes softwood trees and intricately handcrafted. This set is comprised of the Horizon Sunset Sugar Dish, Three Giraffes Sculpture and Small Giraffe Sculpture.
Kindly Note: Please allow for slight variations in size, shape, and finish/color since this is a handmade craft.
Horizon Sunset Sugar Dish:
The Horizon Sunset Sugar Dish is a large African sugar dish design that can be displayed in the kitchen and or used as a dining accessory. This sugar dish is handcrafted from locally available hardwood and sometimes softwood trees selectively picked to look elegant.
Size: 15W x 18H
Three Giraffes Sculpture:
This sculpture depicts three giraffes circling each other on a wooden base. These sculptures are made from locally available hardwood trees such as Yellowood and Rosewood and occasionally, carved out of the Jacaranda tree.
Size: 20.32W x 20.32L x 60.96H
Small Giraffe Sculpture:
The Small Giraffe Sculpture is reminiscent of the traditional settings in which the Kenyan people used to interact with giraffes a lot. These sculptures are made from locally available hardwood trees such as Yellowood and Rosewood and occasionally, carved out of the Jacaranda tree.
Size: 15W x 23L x 30H
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Brand Partner Bio
I am an elderly Akamba man with a wealth of experience in the wood sculpture industry. Among the thriving industries of the Akamba nation, wood carving stands out conspicuously.
Born and brought up in Wamunyu area, Machakos County in lower eastern Kenya, I started carving while I was still a young man. I take pride in having mentored dozens of young men in the industry.