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Adinkra Mugs

Illustrative of concepts that remain key in Ghanaian society today, the origins of the Adrinka symbols can be traced back to the Ashanti tribe of Ghana and the Gyaman tribe of Cote d'Ivoire. With many uses, mainly in fabric and pottery, the symbols serve as a decorative function but also hold purposeful meanings on topics such as faith, love, unity and the environment in which we live. The concepts instilled in the symbols and the powerful proverbs attached to them, highlight a wisdom that transcends both time and place. With this in mind, their imprint on fine bone China made in Stoke-on-Trent, is a perfect way to beautifully show that West has indeed met West.

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