Stone Of Shona

Original African Stone Art



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Stone of Shona export world class, contemporary stone sculpture direct from the master craftsman of Zimbabwe to you!

These sophisticated sculptures will complement any modern décor, suitable for stylish interiors, foyers, courtyards and landscaped gardens. The sculptures are all original, authentic works of art, hand carved from a single piece of stone.

We place these extraordinary works of art directly with corporations and individuals who seek the rare qualities of sophistication, power and beauty of stone with the creative expression and spirit of Africa.

Stone of Shona, is Australia’s largest dealer in Shona sculpture and the industry leader for sourced and commissioned sculpture by Zimbabwe’s best artists. We offer exceptional value and quality for every work of art we sell. All our sculptures come fully certified including an artist biography.

Stunning new sculptures just arrived for Christmas!

Over 40 new sculptures have arrived just in time for Christmas. 20 new artists and some of our internationally recognised masters have produced a stunning new 2018 collection. View our gallery for details and contact us to reserve your very own piece of Africa!

Upcoming Events

November 10-25 Willowtree Sculpture Garden exhibition

The Spring ‘Sculpture in the Village’ Festival celebrating the arts, creativity and beauty of Laggan, Crookwell and surrounds, sculpture, performance and interactive events. Walk in the garden and experience the power and beauty of Shona sculpture. 

Come and view Stone of Shona’s 2018 collection in the beautiful surrounds of Willowtree Sculpture Garden. We believe the only way to fully experience Shona sculpture is to touch the stone and feel the power and beauty and spirit of Africa!


More about Stone of Shona

The Stone

The Great Dyke of Zimbabwe is one of the most remarkable rock formations in the world and the source of the majority of stone used in Zimbabwean sculpture and belongs to the geological family Serpentine. They are sedimentary, having originally been laid down on a sandy seafloor. Through exposure to intense heat and pressure over hundreds of millions of years has transformed them into hard stone.


Shona stone artists are some of the most talented in the world. Recognised for last 60 years as giants in the world of contemporary art. Stone of Shona works with recognised international masters and young emerging artists to bring our customers the very best Zimbabwe has to offer. View our artist biographies.