Bese Saka, Adinkra Symbol, African Art Print
£8.00 – £15.00
Bese Saka, meaning sack of cola nuts, is a symbol of affluence, power, abundance, trade, togetherness and unity. The cola nut played an important role in the economic life of Ghana. This symbol represents the role of agriculture and trade in bringing people together.
The prints are available in three different sizes:
– A5 measures 148 x 210mm
– A4 measures 210 × 297mm
– A3 measures 297 x 420mm
Posters are available in black print on a white background, and white print on a black background.
Printed on thick, 260 gsm fine art paper and comes unframed. Frames in photos are for illustration purposes.
Fast Dispatch: We aim to dispatch orders within 24 hours.
Cost to Deliver: FREE UK delivery on orders over £20
Dispatch From:London, United Kingdom