Mafeah tableware is a really cool brand that creates really unique, pretty and culturally interesting cups that represent Ghanaian culture in a way that I haven’t seen before. You have to get their cups, they’re super cute!
I ABSOLUTELY love Mafeah Mugs! I have every single one and for each one matches my aura when I drink from them. They are such amazing quality and are so pretty to look at. It’s such a satisfying experience and really does make a difference to my cup of tea.
There’s nothing more English than a cup of tea and there’s nothing more Ghanaian than Adinkra symbols so as a British Ghanaian, my Mafeah Tableware mug is one of my favourite things. It’s beautifully designed and literally feels like a representation of my heritage and culture
I adore the Mafeah brand, from the colours and design of the mugs, and tradition behind it. There’s an Adrinka sign that aligns with everyone. It’s so beautiful and the fact it’s a company ran by sisters. you can just feel the love that’s been put into it!
I love my "Gye Nyame" mug! It is a constant reminder that I can achieve everything with the help of God. As an entrepreneur it is empowering for me to know.
Mafeah Tableware is definitely a brand I didn’t know I very much needed in my life. It’s now a part of my everyday routine and I couldn’t be more obsessed. I know which mug and Adinkra symbol will give me the boost and positivity I need to keep going in my busy life. I absolutely love the fact that every detail is thought of from the colours, to the shape to the designs of the mugs, they look and make me feel amazing. Most importantly, Mafeah Tableware is way more than just mugs, it’s a community and a family. Definitely a brand I believe in and stand behind.
Amazing design and quality products with a spiritual meaning! I love Mafeah mugs, cannot wait for their new collection! We’ve desperately needed African inspired tableware on the market!
Adinkra symbols are West African symbols mostly known in Ghana and the Ivory Cost. Traditionally, only the nobles and religious leaders had the privilege to wear Adinkra cloth on special events.
There are about 400 known symbols, but only around 100 have been translated into English. Adinkra transport messages of traditional wisdom with cultural and religious aspects. They are not just proverbs, folktales they also portray important events and the behaviour of flora and fauna plus the human’s behaviour.
Nowadays Adinkra symbols have been adopted and integrated into fashion, architecture, wood carvings, jewellery and pottery. Also, the Afro-American culture is using them widely to cherish their African roots and history.
The ancientness of the Adinkra symbols makes them very spiritual and strong. The global scope of the Adinkra expands fastly thanks to the younger African generation who is celebrating and cherishing them in different ways and perspectives. This shows that Adinkra symbols are still transporting their traditional wisdom and still are an important guide for moral behaviour and ethical standard for African society.
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