Handmade Wooden Sankofa Kinara
Go Back to Fetch It
The Sankofa Adinkra is generally depicted as a bird with its feet facing forward and head turned backward taking an egg from its back. It symbolizes the importance of reaching back to knowledge gained in the past and bringing it into the present in order to move forward and make progress into the future. Our kinaras are hand carved and reflect the natural variations in the wood making each Kinara a unique piece of art. This kinara is inspired by the Ashanti golden stool. They are hand stained and will vary slightly. Each Kinara generally measures: 11.5”(L) x 2.5”(W) x 6” (H). Choose in either Honey or Espresso. Candles are not included.
Sankofa Stool Kinara
Our Sankofa Kinara symbolizes the wisdom of learning from the past to build for the future. A beautiful to any Kwanzaa table, this Kinara is a perfect gift for any multigenerational home. The knowledge of the elders is honored as the lessons learned are taught to the children in the family.
Proverb: It is not wrong to go back for that which you have forgotten.
Our Kinaras are handcrafted in Ghana, West Africa. Each kinara has been hand carved from a solid piece of wood into a cultural symbol that reflects the significance of the holiday and our history.
Due to the nature of handmade crafts, sizing may slightly vary. Our handcrafted Kinaras generally measure: 11.5”(L) x 2.5”(W) x 6” (H).
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.