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The Kane Kwei Carpentry Workshop is known for its figurative coffins in fancy shapes that have become an international symbol of African art of the Ga-Adangbe tradition.
The Kane Kwei Carpentry Workshop is known for its figurative coffins in fancy shapes that have become an international symbol of African art of the Ga-Adangbe tradition. Take a look at the different unique and quirky caskets made here that are to all corners of the world to celebrate the lives of the deceased.
Teshie Rd, Accra, Ghana
+233 24 411 4719
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