The Juju – African Headdress

top: 5px; float: left; color: white; background: #781300; border: 1px solid darkkhaki; font-size: 60px; line-height: 50px; padding-top: 1px; padding-right: 5px; font-family: times;”>Proving that mixing antique styles and periods works, in the entrance to my home I’ve contrasted an 18th century Rococo secretaire and 17th C Baroque painting with a bright red vintage Juju hat. Designers such as Alexandra Branca have made these Bamike feather headdresses from Africa so popular. Symbolizing prosperity and believed to possess the positive qualities of birds they represent the beauty and fragility of life. Typically worn by royal dancers during ceremonies held by the tribal chief, Juju hats offer a burst of burst of color to your decor!

Toma Clark Haines - Berlin Apartment - Spanish Antiques - Baroque Painting