These ceremonial hats have been reimagined as objet d’art in our residential designs, hanging as colorful decorative elements on walls. Yet, while Juju hats are a common sight on the walls of many modern interiors, for the Bamileke people of Western Cameroon they were once a rare thing reserved only for a select few.
Juju hats are also worn during festivities and ceremonial dances.For hundreds of years the Bamileke tribes have been creating these hats for their tribal chiefs, royal families and dignitaries to wear during tribal ceremonies.The juju hat or as they are called in Cameroon the Bamileke or Tyn hats from the Bamileke tribes.
These decorative objects are available in 6 sizes and 20 colours.
Black circle in centre / beige / white / black 60 cm