Juju Hats are traditionally made by the Bamileke, Tikar and Babanki tribes from Cameroon in West Africa. The hats, worn by royal dancers as headdresses in ceremonies held by the chief, symbolize prosperity and they are believed to possess the qualities of birds as well as the beauty and fragility of life. Juju hats add a burst of color and fluttering texture as wall mounted, hanging, or tabletop pieces.
Juju Hats are at once standalone decorative works and work exceptionally well in mounted groupings as a bouquet that bursts with personality.
kanju's large headdresses are 32 inches diameter, and the small are 20 inches diameter.