House of Talents
Adinkra - Hye won Hye
The name of the symbol is Hye won Hye which translates to "that which does not burn”. The symbol represents forgiveness, endurance and resilience and for a person who has overcome difficulties through forgiveness and continue to thrive.
Our exquisite bronze adinkra symbols are handcrafted using the lost wax casting process requiring both artistry and time. The symbols can be framed as wall art or decoration, or given as gifts of well wishes. You decide!
Measures: 3 x 3 x 3.25 in
Adinkra (ah’-deen’-krah) is the name of a set of symbols in Akan culture of Ghana, West Africa, which reflect the history, values and aspirations of the people. Adinkra are symbols from Ghana, West Africa, originally created by the Gyaman people, in what is now the present day country of the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire in western Africa. The term Adinkra came from the legendary king of the Gyaman, Nana Kofi Adinkra, who wore clothes with colorful patterns made up of symbols with special meanings. The symbols are stamped on cloth, carved in architecture and sculpture, painted in homes, shrines, used as company logos and displayed in a variety of other ways.