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$68.00

These are modern interpretations of the traditional Namji fertility dolls that served 2 purposes: carried by young girls to encourage mothering instincts and by women hoping to conceive. These Namji dolls are hand carved from jacaranda wood then decorated with beads.

These tall sculptures, with geometric features, also included a beaded hat. Size: 3.25"L x 2.5"W x 13"T. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, some variation may occur.

About the Artisans:

Originating from the traditional fertility designs of the Dowayo/ Namji ethnic group in north-west Cameroon, these are crafted by artisans from Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of Congo who are currently living as refugees in Nairobi, Kenya and have a loyal following in shops throughout East Africa.

$88.00

This African rendition of Noah's Ark holds a delightful assortment of hand-carved sculptures inside, including Noah, his wife, and 14 animals.

The boat is carved from sustainably sourced jacaranda wood and includes a bird-topped lid that doubles as the boat's roof. The boat's door opens and closes to reveal a ramp up which the animals can ascend.

Measures 12"L x 5.5"W x 7.5"T. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, some variation may occur. Fair trade from Kenya.

About the Artisans:

We work with an amazing co-op in Kenya, the Gikomba Wood Carving Cooperative, a group of woodcarvers of all ages who work in an open-air workshop in Nairobi. This environmentally-responsible group takes care to legally procure all types of African wood used in their products, and they are skilled at using all parts of the tree in their artwork.

Gikomba Wood Carving Cooperative
$62.00

Woven from durable elephant grass by artisans in Ghana, these color block shopping totes are the perfect accessory from home to market to beach and beyond. The shopper has matching soft leather handles for added comfort.

A popular choice for eco-conscious shopping, these indispensable bags stand the test of time, even with daily use. The bags can also be easily cleaned and re-shaped with water.

Measures 18.5" L x 11"W. Slight variations may occur due to the handmade nature of this product.

$78.00

In the Pemba and Monze districts of Zambia's Southern Plateau, skilled Batonga women craft iconic baskets from locally harvested palm leaves and wild twigs. To update their classic designs with beautiful color, weavers tint the palm leaves with textile dye before weaving. These artfully handcrafted baskets make a great addition to any home decor.

Sold as a set of two nesting baskets. [Large] 14-15"D x 6-7"T [Small] 10-11"D x 5-6"T. Due to the handmade nature of this item, size and color may vary slightly.

About the Artisans:


Famous for their basket weaving skills as well as their geometric designs, the Batonga women in the Pemba and Monze districts of Zambia's Southern Plateau create these baskets by first weaving palm leaves into a characteristic square to begin and then radiating outward to create dramatic patterns.

$74.00

In the Pemba and Monze districts of Zambia's Southern Plateau, skilled Batonga women craft iconic baskets from locally harvested palm leaves and wild twigs. To update their classic designs with beautiful color, weavers tint the palm leaves with textile dye before weaving. These artfully handcrafted baskets make a great addition to any home decor.

Measures 22-23"D x 4"T. Due to the handmade nature of this item, size and colors may vary slightly.

About the Artisans:


Famous for their basket weaving skills as well as their geometric designs, the Batonga women in the Pemba and Monze districts of Zambia's Southern Plateau create these baskets by first weaving palm leaves into a characteristic square to begin and then radiating outward to create dramatic patterns.

$74.00

In the Pemba and Monze districts of Zambia's Southern Plateau, skilled Batonga women craft iconic baskets from locally harvested palm leaves and wild twigs. To update their classic designs with beautiful color, weavers tint the palm leaves with textile dye before weaving. These artfully handcrafted baskets make a great addition to any home decor.

Measures 22-23"D x 4"T. Due to the handmade nature of this item, size and color may vary slightly.

About the Artisans:


Famous for their basket weaving skills as well as their geometric designs, the Batonga women in the Pemba and Monze districts of Zambia's Southern Plateau create these baskets by first weaving palm leaves into a characteristic square to begin and then radiating outward to create dramatic patterns.

$98.00

Each basket is unique, featuring the natural tone of the roots with designs woven in black and/or natural rust colors. 

Measures approximately 16-17"diameter x 2" depth.

About the Artisans:

Bridget Meyer

We're proud to source these beautiful baskets from Bridget Meyer, each handcrafted by the women of Bridget's village in Zambia using tough makenge roots. In rural Zambia near Victoria Falls, a wedding basket is a Toka woman’s most useful and valuable possession. In everyday life she may choose to use it practically—to winnow grain, to collect and store harvested roots and rice—or to beautify her home by hanging it on a wall. The beauty and durability of Zambian wedding baskets is no accident. Meticulously harvesting the roots of the Makenge bush is truly an art form of its own, and once roots are found, they are boiled until soft and colored with natural plant dyes. Only the most skilled Toka craftswomen are able to weave these baskets, and each adds one-of-a-kind patterns conveying messages of beauty, marriage and family.

$98.00

Each basket is unique, featuring the natural tone of the roots with designs woven in black and/or natural rust colors. 

Measures approximately 16-17"diameter x 2" depth.

About the Artisans:

Bridget Meyer

We're proud to source these beautiful baskets from Bridget Meyer, each handcrafted by the women of Bridget's village in Zambia using tough makenge roots. In rural Zambia near Victoria Falls, a wedding basket is a Toka woman’s most useful and valuable possession. In everyday life she may choose to use it practically—to winnow grain, to collect and store harvested roots and rice—or to beautify her home by hanging it on a wall. The beauty and durability of Zambian wedding baskets is no accident. Meticulously harvesting the roots of the Makenge bush is truly an art form of its own, and once roots are found, they are boiled until soft and colored with natural plant dyes. Only the most skilled Toka craftswomen are able to weave these baskets, and each adds one-of-a-kind patterns conveying messages of beauty, marriage and family.

$78.00

With accents of dyed blue milulu grass, these durable baskets are handwoven from milulu, a reed-like grass that grows near the city of Iringa, Tanzania. 

Even though they are all-natural, the baskets are very durable and can be rinsed with water as needed.

Size: (approximately) Sm: 10-11"D x 11"T; Med: 12-13"D x 12"T; Lrg: 14-15"D x 13" T.  Because this product is handmade, designs will vary slightly.

About the Artisans:

Home of the Hehe people, the city of Iringa is situated 300 miles from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and stretches along a hilltop overlooking the Ruaha River to the south. Iringa is famous for its woven baskets made from local reeds. The baskets are an important source of income for the 100,000 population town and are used across Tanzania and exported worldwide.

$98.00

This luxurious gabi in a coffee-with-cream shade is woven from fine organic cotton into two wide panels, then hand-stitched together by artisans of Sammy Ethiopia. Worn traditionally in pure white for religious services, a gabi is an expansive textile that can serve in many ways, as a wrap or shawl, a throw blanket, a tablecloth, or even tied as a baby carrier.

You'll find many reasons to love this heirloom-quality handwoven textile!

Measures 115"L x 60"W. Due to the handmade nature of this item, size may vary slightly. Color variation is an expected feature, due to the handmade nature of this item.

Care instructions: Hand wash with mild soap. Hang dry.

About the Artisans:


The Sammy Ethiopia brand links the artisan skills of one of Africa's most ancient civilizations with American and European fashion know-how. The result is unique contemporary style that has already gathered fans from New York to Tokyo. A wealth of craft skills known in Ethiopia for thousands of years are applied to a style-forward range of fashion and home accessories to suit current global tastes. Collaborating with community organizations and cooperatives, Sammy Ethiopia creates employment to some of the world's most marginalized people in and around Addis Ababa.

$76.00

This hand-carved wooden elephant sculpture, by Richard of the Gikomba Wood Carving Cooperative, adds the earthy, exotic feel of safari lodge decor to your home. The natural wood is left undyed and is accented with burnt detailing.

The large elephant on the stand is 10"L x 12.5"T to trunk x 4" wide and the small is 7"L x 6"T x 3" W. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, some variation may occur.

About the Artisans:

We work with an amazing co-op in Kenya, the Gikomba Wood Carving Cooperative, a group of woodcarvers of all ages who work in an open-air workshop in Nairobi. This environmentally-responsible group takes care to legally procure all types of African wood used in their products, and they are skilled at using all parts of the tree in their artwork.

Gikomba Wood Carving Cooperative
$58.00

This collectible ceramic vase is handcrafted by Vuyelwa Katshwa from South African's Zizamele Ceramics using press-moulds. It features a deep blue and white pattern with woman wearing a traditional headscarf.

Size: Width from edge to edge: 2.5"; Height from the top of women to bottom: 6.5"; Height from edge to bottom: 4". Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, slight variation may occur.

About the Artisans:

The South African Zizamele Ceramics, founded in 2008 by Toni Burton who taught ceramics skills at a local college, creates highly sought after and collectable ceramic pieces that can be found all around the world and is increasingly exporting to international stores and galleries. Members of Zizamele have their own ceramic specialty developed after Toni taught an 18-month long job creation course in craft production.

$78.00

Treat someone special with this Deluxe Self Care Gift Basket!

This fabulous basket is filled with fair trade African skin care & accessories, chosen to pamper and please.

    • Zambia Organic Soaps are made from all-natural ingredients, including high quality essential oils, plant extracts, leaves, and blossoms.  Choose from these delightful scents: Lavender, Spearmint, Sweet Basil, Cassia, or Lemongrass.
    • 3-pack of Zambeezi Balms are made with organically grown, fair trade beeswax, mongongo, and essential oils to leave lips feeling soothed, pampered and protected.  These tart, tangy balms come in a pack with three scents included: tangerine, lemongrass and suncare.
    • The Leakey Collection Marula Oil LCMO1 is made from oil-rich kernels in East Africa. It provides long-lasting hydration, soothes redness and irritation, and leaves skin glowing with a matte finish.
    • Shea Butter, by Lulu Life, is an organic, Grade A virgin shea butter. Lulu Life Shea Butter is produced using nuts from the vitellaria nilotica tree, which grows only in remote East Africa. Choose from a variety of lovely scents, including:
      • Lavender
      • Mayan Gold (an earthy, citrus blend)
      • Vanilla Bean
      • Lulu Delight (a blend of myrrh, wild basil, and florals)
      • or Pure Lulu Unscented.
    • Leakey Collection Cause Bracelet, with proceeds from each bracelet dedicated to a project that benefits Maasai women artisans, their families, and their community. Choose from: Beads for Girls Graduation, Healthy Gardens, Clean Water, or Learning Cause Bracelets.

All of these wonderful, handcrafted products are packed with care into a durable, elephant grass Baby Bolga Basket with a black or brown leather handle. Each basket is woven by women in Ghana who have mastered the traditional weaving skill, providing for their families. Baskets will vary.

$58.00

Handmade from stiff elephant grass dyed in a black and natural diamond pattern, this useful bin basket showcases the weaving talent of rural artisans in Northern Ghana, West Africa.

Measures 10"D x 10"T. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, slight variation may occur. 

$74.00

This beautiful funnel shape basket is woven using natural grasses and thin strips of black plastic from the local prayer mat factory, featuring a checkerboard design. Skilled Wolof artisans weave this more intricately patterned basket to give even extra panache to the handy baskets.

Measures 18"D x 10"T; due to the handcrafted nature of this item, size may vary slightly. Fair trade.

$88.00

Within a frame of rustic hessian (jute) fabric in a rich cocoa brown, Congo raffia panels are highlighted in these uniquely African table runners. Because this table runner is crafted from handmade Congo raffia elements, each one is unique and em>designs may vary from photo.

Measures 14"W x 60"L.

About the Artisans:

While she was trained to be a secretary and teacher, Joyce Mibenge turned her passion for tailoring into a thriving small business called African Joy in Zambia. Now working with her three daughters, African Joy employs five tailors, two bead workers and three other staff.

$88.00

Within a frame of natural colored rustic hessian (jute) fabric, Congo raffia panels are highlighted in these uniquely African table runners. Because this item is crafted from handmade Congo raffia elements, each table runner is one-of-a-kind and designs may vary from photo.

Measures 14"W x 60"L.

About the Artisans:

While she was trained to be a secretary and teacher, Joyce Mibenge turned her passion for tailoring into a thriving small business called African Joy in Zambia. Now working with her three daughters, African Joy employs five tailors, two bead workers and three other staff.

$62.00

These patinated bronze leopard figures are adorned with circular, geometric markings. Each figure features intricate details including whiskers, eyes and artfully crafted paws.

Only four available Leopards measure approximately 5" tall, 4.5" long, 2" wide.

About the Artisans:

These intricate bronze figures are handcrafted in West Africa. Leopards appear frequently in Benin art, and are representative of authority and royalty.

$62.00

This large pillow features a mudcloth front produced using natural dying methods in Mali, Africa.

The mudcloth is handmade by artisans in Bamako, Mali who grow and weave their own cotton. The designs are hand-painted.

The pillows include an insert and are finished on the backside a foldover enclosure. Measures 20" x 20". Designs may vary slightly.

About the Artisans:

The mudcloth is handmade by a collaboration of 195 artisans in Bamako, Mali who grow and weave their own cotton. The designs are hand-painted. 

$88.00

Known worldwide for their jewelry craftsmanship, artisans in Mali crafted this beautiful necklace from silver and glass beads.

Five silver-plated droplet pedants drape beautifully from the beaded necklace. Each pendant is accented with hand-etched geometric details. Finished with a hook closure.

Choose from sea green, burgundy, or black glass beads.

Measures 18" long. Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variation is expected. Fair trade.

$98.00

Ethiopian cotton woven into two wide panels and hand-stitched with a center seam creates this gabi body shawl in a rich, earthy color. Worn traditionally in pure white for religious services, a gabi can serve in many ways, as apparel, throw, tablecloth or baby carrier.

Measures 105"L x 55"W. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, size may vary slightly.

Care instructions: Hand wash with mild soap. Hang dry.

About the Artisans:


The Sammy Ethiopia brand links the artisan skills of one of Africa's most ancient civilizations with American and European fashion know-how. The result is unique contemporary style that has already gathered fans from New York to Tokyo. A wealth of craft skills known in Ethiopia for thousands of years are applied to a style-forward range of fashion and home accessories to suit current global tastes. Collaborating with community organizations and cooperatives, Sammy Ethiopia creates employment to some of the world's most marginalized people in and around Addis Ababa.

$85.00

Bring warm, natural tones into your home with this stunning hamper, then just pop on the fitted lid to hide what's inside! This small lidded hamper is sized to hold a single load of laundry or to stash a few extra blankets.

In northwestern Kenya, Turkana weavers transform the fronds of doum palm, also known as the gingerbread tree, into gorgeous, 100% natural-fiber storage baskets. The wide, flat palm fronds are woven in a traditional coil method, giving this lidded hamper a smooth finish, pleasing to the touch.

Size: 15-16" tall and 15-16" wide. Hamper basket features inset handles and a fitted lid. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, some variation may occur.

Limited Edition, only a few available.

About the Artisans:

Turkana weavers, handweaving baskets

The Turkana tribe lives in the remote, semi-arid Turkana District in northwest Kenya. Their environment is frequently affected by drought, leading the Turkana people to habitually relocate to seek rain and fresh vegetation. They are pastoralists, relying on cattle for many of their needs. The tribe often travels in small groups to find pasture to sustain their livestock.

Turkana basket weavers are women of the tribe, weaving in the traditional coil method that has been passed down through generations. They weave with gingerbread palm fronds, also called doum palm—a drought-resistant native plant in northern Africa, which also produces edible date fruits.

$88.00

Rural Kamba women in Kenya hand weave these open top handbags from tough sisal fibers and soft wool and attach leather handles. Stylish and durable, the perfect addition to any wardrobe!

Measures 14"T x 14"W at the base, and 20-22"W across the top. Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variation may occur.

About the Artisans:

In the rural Kenyan countryside around the city of Kitui, women specialize in weaving the tough fibers of the agave sisalana plant. Sisal's spiky leaf clusters erupt from a dry landscape and often requires long journeys to gather. Once woven, these womens' totes are sold to local and international markets. Singing, dancing, and chatting make weaving for export an enjoyable social event!

$88.00

Woven from a reed-like swamp grass called milulu grass, Iringa baskets are an indispensable utility item from Tanzania, and this stylish tote is one that you can count on using for years to come. To extend the functionality of these durable baskets, artisans in Tanzania add soft leather handles and upper trim.

Tanzanian craftswomen, who have spent decades working with milulu, weave intricate, rust-colored stripes into each basket's design so the designs in this tote may vary from photo.

Even though they are all-natural, the baskets are very durable and can be rinsed with water as needed. Size: 16"L x 10"W x 11"T (to top of tote), 20"T (to top of handles). Size may vary slightly.


Home of the Hehe people, the city of Iringa is situated 300 miles from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and stretches along a hilltop overlooking the Ruaha River to the south. Iringa is famous for its woven baskets made from local reeds. The baskets are an important source of income for the 100,000 population town and are used across Tanzania and exported worldwide.


$78.00

These striking striped baskets are handwoven from milulu, a reed-like grass that grows near the city of Iringa, Tanzania. Each basket includes accent bands of black-dyed grass.

The all-natural baskets are very durable and can be rinsed with cool water and reshaped as needed.

Approximate sizes: Small 11" tall x 10-11" diameter. Medium 12-13" tall x 12" diameter. Large 14-15" tall x 13" diameter. Please expect up to a 2" size variance; this allows baskets to be nested together when shipping from Tanzania.

Because these baskets are handmade, design placement will vary.

About the Artisans:


Home of the Hehe people, the city of Iringa is situated 300 miles from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and stretches along a hilltop overlooking the Ruaha River to the south. Iringa is famous for its woven baskets made from local reeds. The baskets are an important source of income for the 100,000 population town and are used across Tanzania and exported worldwide.


$82.00

These fun recycled metal hippo planters are handcrafted from washers, nuts and other salvaged metal pieces. These unique sculptures can be used as planters for small plants or succulents. The bottom is very porous; we recommend lining with dried moss before planting. Adaptable beyond simple planters, these sculptures can be used to hold a variety of items inside the home and outdoors.

The sculptures can be displayed inside or outside of the home and are one-of-a-kind. Because they are made of metal, the sculptures will develop a patina when exposed to the elements. Measures 14"L x 9"W x 6"T but may vary slightly.

About the Artisans:

Moses and his small workshop of craftsmen build their own welding machines out of copper coil, tape, steel rod, and a sheet metal housing in order to create these spectacular metal works of art. Moses began his artistic career making furniture, but quickly switched to sculpture after an interested European buyer created a demand for his works abroad.

$58.00

These modern African sculptures portray the incredible width of the baobab trunk and its many top branches.

Handmade in Kenya using metallic wire by the talented artisan Wanduta, each tree has malleable branches so that you can adjust the its final form.

Small measures 10"T. Large measures 19"H. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, some variation may occur.

About the Artisans:

We met Wanduta at the Friday Market in Nairobi where his bright designs immediately caught our eye. Wanduta works almost exclusively with recycled pop cans and beads. His work, like his personality, is vibrant and joyful, and is work is 100% eco-friendly.

$68.00

This tranquil sculpture of a feminine figure wearing pale green clothes practicing a yoga tree pose was handcrafted in Burkina Faso by using the lost-wax method.

Measures 9.25"T x 4"L x 3.5"W. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, some variation may occur.

$92.00

This fun and distinctive elephant sculpture is made from hundreds of flip flops that have been hand-formed, carved, and cemented together by artisans in Kenya.

These statement sculptures are a colorful and eco-friendly way to recycle flip flops that would otherwise litter urban Nairobi or sit in landfills. We work directly with a small co-op of Kenyan artisans who collect, clean and transform foam footwear into bold modern safari art sculptures.

Each sculpture is one-of-a-kind and designs will vary. Measures 17"L x 7"W x 16"T (with trunk up). Sizes may vary slightly.

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About the Artisans:

In Kenya, artisans convert discarded flip flops into one-of-a-kind art. Operating from a small Nairobi workshop, the dedicated group offers employment and creative opportunities while also keeping flip flop foam out of the landfills.

Flip flop artisans in Nairobi workshop

$74.00

This giraffe sculpture is handcrafted from colorful discarded flip flops that have been carved and cemented together by artisans in Kenya.

These statement sculptures are a colorful and eco-friendly way to recycle flip flops that would otherwise litter urban Nairobi or sit in landfills. We work directly with a small co-op of Kenyan artisans who collect, clean and transform foam footwear into bold modern safari art sculptures.

Each sculpture is one-of-a-kind and varies from the one pictured. 9"L x 5"W x 20"T; sizes may vary slightly.

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About the Artisans:

In Kenya, artisans convert discarded flip flops into one-of-a-kind art. Operating from a small Nairobi workshop, the dedicated group offers employment and creative opportunities while also keeping flip flop foam out of the landfills.

Flip flop artisans in Nairobi workshop

$78.00

These detailed sculptures from Senegal are crafted from recycled beer and soda cans, along with other recycled materials. Each vehicle includes delightful details, such as moving side mirrors, working wheels, and accessories in the top rack.

A wonderful example of recycled art, these unique sculptures are a must-have for collectors and Land Rover enthusiasts.

Choose from Small or Large. Approximate measurements: Small 8"L x 6"T x 4"W, Large 9"L x 7"T x 4.5"W. Due to the handmade and recycled nature of this item, variation is expected. For example, logo placement will vary on each vehicle, and the types of cans used for accessories will vary.

Not recommended for use as a toy.

About the Artisans:

Senegalese artisan Boubacar excels at transforming discarded metal into wildly creative modern art. Boubacar's knack for cleverly highlighting commercial text from aluminum cans makes each of his creations a folk art masterpiece.

$48.00

This bin basket in vibrant orange, red, and cream will brighten up your space while providing useful storage space. Try it as a small storage bin, for holding a potted plant, or with a liner as a bathroom waste bin.

Measures approximately 12"D x 13"T. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, size and striping may vary slightly.

Wolof women in the West African nation of Senegal hand-weave baskets in the traditional coil weaving method, using natural cattail grass that grows abundantly in their area. Interweaving colorful strips of plastic, salvaged from a mat factory in Dakar, the weavers brighten up the baskets and create designs. The Wolof women earn a sustainable income from basket weaving, while enriching homes around the world with modern African craftsmanship.

$54.00

This fun, durable tote is handwoven in Ghana using tough elephant grass, with hand-dyed grass forming a diamond pattern. Woven loop handles complete the look.

Tightly woven by an experienced weaver, the totes can stand up to years of usage while still remaining beautiful.

Measures 16"L x 11"W x 11"T (to top of bag), 16"T (to top of handles).

$135.00

This beautiful throw is crafted in Mali with handmade cotton mudcloth in a dyed intricate line design with an expanding square pattern.

Measures 46"W x 72"L. Natural cotton that is carded, spun, woven and dyed by hand may include variations in color and texture. This is an expected feature of handmade cloth.

About the Artisans:

Le Ndomo is a social enterprise created to address the unemployment problem of young people who have not had the chance to study or to attend school. Ndomo aims to give these young people training with local knowledge: In addition to technical training, it also aims to assist young people in life by facilitating their socialization and by giving them values that will increase the quality of their lives; responsibility, personal commitment, work and solidarity, in strict compliance with the values of traditional African society.

$98.00

These handwoven open baskets are available in limited quantities! Made from durable elephant grass in natural and lovely shades of blue. Baskets will be very similar to photos, but slight variation is expected due to the handmade nature of these items.

Size:

[Small] Only one remaining 18.5”T x 15”D.

$88.00

These authentic African mud cloths are handmade by artisans in Mali who grow and weave their own cotton. Each cloth is hand-dyed with fermented mud that has been stained with plant leaves.

The fabric features hemmed edges on two sides and can be used as a table cloth, wall hanging, or throw blanket.

Measures 44"W x 70"L. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, design will vary. For best care, hand wash in cool water and air dry.

About the Artisans:

Mali Chic is a collaboration of 195 artisans that sells its products through a boutique in Bamako and through international exports. Artisans work from home, in their own workshops or on-site at Mali Chic, and child labor is never used. Mali Chic provides artisans with 50% advances on all orders and pay a fair price for their products.

$72.00

Elevate your wardrobe with this showstopper necklace, handcrafted by a Kenyan artisan named Gabrielle. Features a lavish 60 pieces of shimmery brass dangles in graduating lengths, all hung from a brass circle with a hook clasp.

Measurements: Total circle circumference 17.25", diameter 5.5". Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variation is expected.

$58.00

These twirled earrings are handmade in Senegal in the tradition of Fulani earrings. Fulani women traditionally wore their riches in the form of gold earrings that they could carry at all times.

This modern adaptation shines in beautiful sterling silver. The delicate twist design creates a statement earring, while maintaining a light weight. The earrings feature a small hinge for easy on-and-off.

Medium measures approximately 1.75" in diameter. Petite measures approximately 0.75" in diameter.

Due to the handmade nature of this item, some variation is expected.

About the Artisans:

These earrings are handcrafted in Senegal by artisan Bass and his small team of 5 young men.

$64.00

These chic earrings, featuring hammered, silver plating and sterling silver earwires, are handmade in Mali in collaboration with designer Phyllis Woods of Tribalinks.

Small: 1.25"W x 1.5"L; Medium: 1.5"W x 1.75"L; Large: 2"W x 2"L; Extra Large: 2.25"W x 2.5"L. Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variation is expected.

$50.00

Handcrafted by Tribal Textiles with 100% African-sourced cotton, this charming wall hanging depicts an assortment of safari animals in the rich colors of Africa. It can be washed by hand or machine in warm water with mild detergent.

Measures 55"L x 16"W. Design and colors may vary very slightly from image shown due to the handpainted nature of the product.

About the Artisans:

Tribal Textiles provides sustainable employment, fair pay, training, and a pleasant working environment for more than 100 Zambian men and women.

All the work is done by hand on 100% African-sourced cottonâ including the time-intensive drawing, sewing and painting with natural pigment colorsâ yielding exquisite, high quality textiles. Individual designs are hand-painted, drawing inspiration from the stunning wildlife and surroundings at the edge of the South Luangwa National Park in Zambia. After baking in an industrial oven, the stunning textiles are color-fast and fully washable. The fabric is washed and dried in the Zambian sunshine, ready to be sewn into stunning pillow covers, table runners, bags, and more.

$45.00

Handcrafted by the artisans of Tribal Textiles, this charming table runner depicts an assortment of evocative safari animals in deep, earthy tones. Handcrafted with 100% African-sourced cotton, the table runner is finished with 4 seamed edges. Reverse side is unpainted.

Details and color placement will vary from image shown due to the hand-painted nature of this item. Each item has the same overall motif and color palette, but the final product is the work of the artisan's choices.

Measures 68"L x 18"W. Wash by hand or machine in warm water with mild detergent; hang to dry, iron on cotton setting.

About the Artisans:

Tribal Textiles provides sustainable employment, fair pay, training, and a pleasant working environment for more than 100 Zambian men and women.

All the work is done by hand on 100% African-sourced cottonâ including the time-intensive drawing, sewing and painting with natural pigment colorsâ yielding exquisite, high quality textiles. Individual designs are hand-painted, drawing inspiration from the stunning wildlife and surroundings at the edge of the South Luangwa National Park in Zambia. After baking in an industrial oven, the stunning textiles are color-fast and fully washable. The fabric is washed and dried in the Zambian sunshine, ready to be sewn into stunning pillow covers, table runners, bags, and more.

$68.00

A stylish tote for the farmer's market, picnic, or beach, these beautiful and durable shoppers are woven from thick, tough elephant grass by artisans in the Bolgatanga region of Ghana. This roomy tote is accented by stripes of lacy weaving.

Measures approximately 19"L x 7"W x 16"T. Due to the handmade nature of this tote, some variation is expected. Choose from a brown & cream braided leather handle or solid black leather handle.

$62.00

These large, handcrafted mudcloth pillows are made in Mali using locally grown, hand-dyed cotton. The vivid white pattern is waxed by hand.

The pillows include an insert, and measure 20" x 20". Designs may vary slightly.

About the Artisans:

Mali Chic is a collaboration of 195 African artisans that sells its products through a boutique in Bamako and through international exports. Artisans work from home, in their own workshops or on-site at Mali Chic, and child labor is never used. Mali Chic provides artisans with 50% advances on all orders and pay a fair price for their products.

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