African Hand-Carved Wooden Colonial Figures

These African hand-carved wooden Colonial figures from the Ivory Coast, represents an unusual mix of African and European cultures. There are no two men or woman alike and they stand on their own.  They also come in a large variety of colors and they are all dressed in “colonial clothes.”  The men either wear pith helmets (normally hand-carved by Christians) or Fez hats (mostly carved by Muslims.)  These colonial figures are more striking in pairs or groups of 3 or more.  There are a a variety of shapes and a few different sizes follow this link for more options.

Tall Skinny Sizes: Range from 1.5 Meters – approx. 2 Meters tall

Full Figured Sizes:  Are approx. 1.3 – 1.7 Metes tall most of these colonials have their hands stretched out in front of them, however there are some with their hands in their pockets and other positions.

Available Colours: 99% of the colonials are wearing white pants and the colour options comes down to the jackets – most common colours are; Red, Blue, Green, Yellow and White.

Male Colonial Figure Hat Options:  The red fez hats or the white pith helmets are the 2 options and here and there you may find a bald guy those are very rare.