Bring home a traditional piece of African culture with this Nigerian Yoruba Ceremonial Beaded Crown. With a conical shape and long beaded strings hanging from the bottom around the entire base, this crown has a unique look that honors the glory of the Yoruba king (also known as the Oba). The Yoruba are one of the largest ethnic groups in west Africa. The Yoruba king wears a beaded crown for cultural ceremonies. These crowns are covered in decorative beads, a symbol of wealth in Africa, and showcase the power of the Oba over his people.
This stunning crown is perfect for displaying as a decorative center piece. It's a wonderful conversation starter during get-togethers and dinner parties. It adds an authentic element of African culture to any home decor. Elevate your home decor with this Yoruba ceremonial beaded crown. Measures 17-19" tall and base is 8"-9" across. Beaded veil hangs approximately 12"- 18" long. A-M192
- Measures 17-19" tall and base is 8"-9" across.
- Beaded veil hangs approximately 12"- 18" long.