This stunning sculpture is hand-carved from a single piece of BROWN SERPENTINE by 3rd Generation SHONA artist, LAST MAHWAHWA.
LAST MAHWAHWA was born on the 18th May 1972 at Nyamhondoro village in Guruve. He belongs to the Zenzuru Tribe of the Nhan Unendoro (elephant) totem.
Having spent his childhood herding cattle with the other boys in his village, he also enjoyed swimming, hunting birds and clay moulding.
Having been inspired by his friend Tendai Makina, he started sculpting from home and took his finished works to Tengenege and Chapungu Art Centre to sell. He eventually moved to Tengenenge in 1995. His first sculpture there was a Pangolin. This was followed by a sculpture depicting a mother and child, a subject close to his heart.
Last holds the belief that his ancestors live on through supernatural beings.
Wonderfully detailed and the contrast between the raw stone and polished make this a very attractive piece.
Would look sensational in any home setting.
A unique and unusual gift.
DIMENSIONS: H47 x W26 x D9cms.
SCULPTURE REFERENCE: FI12/22
EACH SCUPTURE IS INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED IN BUBBLE WRAP, THEN PACKED OUT WITH FOAM NUGGETS AND HELD IN PLACE WITHIN A TRIPLE WALLED CARDBOARD BOX WITH EXPANDING FOAM. THIS ENSURES THAT THE ITEM DOES NOT MOVE AROUND, WITHIN IT'S CONFINES, WHILST IN TRANSIT.IT IS OF GREAT IMPORTANCE THAT YOUR SCULPTURE SHOULD REACH YOU IN THE SAME CONDITION IT LEFT US.
WE ACCEPT PAYPAL, CHEQUES, BANK TRANSFER OR CASH.
BUYER PAYS FOR RETURNS AND ANY OTHER COSTS INCURRED THEREIN.
RETURNS MUST BE MADE WITHIN A 14 DAY PERIOD USING ALL ORIGINAL PACKAGING.