African Designer Homeware

A celebration of a new spirit and creative energy that can be found in South Africa. Showcasing the best of African design
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#African #fairtrade handmade papier mache bowls. Just gorgeous!

#African #fairtrade handmade papier mache bowls. Just gorgeous!

#fairtrade #recycled #African bowls. Stunning!

#fairtrade #recycled #African bowls. Stunning!

#eco #homeware #African gorgeous little bowls made from recycled paper

#eco #homeware #African gorgeous little bowls made from recycled paper

#eco #designer #African #fairtrade recycled paper pulp bowls

#eco #designer #African #fairtrade recycled paper pulp bowls

These contemporary African animal trophy heads, come to you cruelty free. Hand made by a team of Zimbabwean artisans, each head is sculpted from thick galvanised wire.

These contemporary African animal trophy heads, come to you cruelty free. Hand made by a team of Zimbabwean artisans, each head is sculpted from thick galvanised wire.

Made in the South Africa by a group of Xhosa women potters the artists create highly sought after and collectable ceramic pieces.  These award winning pieces are to be found in homes, offices and galleries around the world.  Their signature product, the Bambanani Bowl, is a ceramic bowl with a circle of female figures holding hands around the rim of the bowl.  The concept behind the bowl is the spirit of Ubuntu .

Made in the South Africa by a group of Xhosa women potters the artists create highly sought after and collectable ceramic pieces. These award winning pieces are to be found in homes, offices and galleries around the world. Their signature product, the Bambanani Bowl, is a ceramic bowl with a circle of female figures holding hands around the rim of the bowl. The concept behind the bowl is the spirit of Ubuntu .

These visionary designs are achieved by collaboratively working with skilled artisans who fuse conventional African weaving techniques with contemporary telephone wire. These striking designs have been honoured in exhibitions and museums.

These visionary designs are achieved by collaboratively working with skilled artisans who fuse conventional African weaving techniques with contemporary telephone wire. These striking designs have been honoured in exhibitions and museums.

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