The Juju hat, (sometimes referred to as a Bamiléké feather headdress) is a symbol of prosperity, believed to possess the positive qualities of birds and the beauty of life. The headdress is traditionally worn by the royal dancers during important ceremonies held by the tribal chief. The Juju had can also make an impressive wall hanging and has become very popular over the years and is often used as an eye-catching accessory for the home.
The headdress is made of natural or dyed wild bird feathers which are hand made.
These days we are making the for the purpose of decor and they are made on a flat base so that they can sit beautifully on your wall without poking out too much!