Traditionally worn by African royal dancers during important ceremonies, the headdress known as the Juju Hat is a symbol of prosperity, believed to possess the positive qualities of birds and beauty. Each Juju Hat is handcrafted in Cameroon with natural feathers and stitched onto a woven raffia support. The Juju Hat has evolved into a contemporary piece in wall decor for homes and other interior spaces.
Bamileke hats have been used for hundreds of years in Cameroonian festivities and ceremonies, where the headdress denote power and wealth for the wearer. Today, these breathtaking works of art are often used as wall decorations, though their materials and means of construction remains much the same.