Translates as: Puffed up extravagance
Symbolism: The "Kintinkantan" Adinkra symbol embodies the concept of excessive pride, flamboyance, or showiness. It serves as a visual reminder to avoid arrogance and ostentation in one's actions and demeanor.
Adinkra symbols are thought-provoking aesthetic elements originating from the Akan culture in Ghana; they mainly represent objects that hold emotive ideas about life, ancient wisdom, and the environment. A variety of Adinkra symbols have multiple meanings and are frequently associated with local proverbs.
Material: Brass, Cotton
Features: One Size, Adjustable Cotton
Care: To re-shine brass, rub against lime or lemon / Use the chemical 'Brasso' in a small cloth to polish