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Laser Cut Wooden Gyawu Atiko Earrings 


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The Back of Gyawu's Head


These earrings are handcrafted from light wood into the shape of the Gyawu Atiko adinkra symbol. Gyawu was a must revered and honored chief and warrior. He created this hairstyle and as a result it has come to represent a trusted and honored person. The earrings are lightweight with silver toned fishhook earwires. They are hand stained and will vary slightly. Each pair generally measures: 3”(L) x 2.25”(W). Choose in either honey, walnut or espresso. 

Gyawu Atiko Earrings

  • GYAWU ATIKO- Gyawu was a name of a warrior King of Bantama in the Ashanti.  Atiko is the back of the head. It is said to be a hair design of Kwatakye, a war hero, who was a chief of Bantama, a suburb of Kumasi Kingdom.


    GYAWU ATIKO:  A symbol for valor and bravery.


    Our earings are laser cut from a piece of light wood into a cultural symbol that reflects the significance of our history.


    Due to the nature of crafts, sizing may slightly vary. Our lasercut  earrings generally measure: 3”(L) x 2.25”(W).

  • For any undamaged product, simply return it with its included accessories and packaging along with the proof of purchase within 15 days of the date you receive the product, and we'll exchange it or offer a refund based upon the original payment method.


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