Decorate your home with original African culture and heritage.
The art featured is of one of the most iconic 16th century African artworks
The likeness is of Iyoba Idia –African Woman, leader, warrior, and inspiration.
A bold statement for your home- Edo & Nigerian heritage at the forefront.
Ethically made and sweat-shop free.
This cushion is double-sided - with the same design in different colours on both sides
Large-sized: 45 x 45 cm
Cushion materials come in two options: a) 100% cotton, or b) Faux Suede
NOTE: Only the cushions cover is provided. Cushion inserts are available online or from local homeware/DIY stores.
About the Artwork
This journal features the iconic image of a 16th century bronze profile of the likeness of Iyoba Idia (Queen Mother) from the ancient Kingdom of Benin (now in modern day Nigeria). The mask is one of the most recognisable African images.
About Iyoba Idia
Iyoba Idia was of the Edo people. She was a warrior, protector, and a political & spiritual guide who fought for her son, Osegie, to claim the title of Oba of the Kingdom of Benin (c1504 to c1550). Her power and influence were such that she has been referred to as the ‘Hidden Oba’. She represents a timeless example of a leader.