The Heart Adinkra Symbol African Proverb AKOMA Patience and Tolerance- Carved Wood Wall Plaque 12" Ghana
Adinkra Symbols are African Proverbs based in Akan and other West African cultures. These symbols handcrafted in Ghana, are found in many forms, but this beautiful Wood Plaque is my favorite. It can either be placed on a stand as seen in the photo or it can be placed on the wall, there is an opening in back for this purpose.
SYMBOL OF PATIENCE AND TOLERANCE
According to the Agbo, when a person is said to "have a heart in his stomach", it means a person is very tolerant
The above is according to the Adinkra Dictionary
Approximate Dimensions: 12" L X 12" W X 3/4" Depth
type: Unknown Type by: Cultures International From Africa To Your Home