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Mr. P. R. Kankariya President of Kankariya Group Is incorporating highest levels of quality through a combination of technology, service, creative marketing, printing and cost efficiency. Having long term industries experience & great business mind in diversification and adding new product line and expansion. Hi-Tech textile house of India, making computerized superb quality printed fabrics...
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Original African paintings by African Artist John Mubiru. He brings canvas to life with paintings of black African dances art ceremonies landscapes and regalia of the tribes of the African plains. Mubiru has not always worked in oils. Like most East African artists he started out working in Batik when he lived in Nairobi, Kenya. This process utilizes dyes applied to cloth mostly cotton or silk...
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French home decor, African arts and crafts, Mexican yard art, fabrics from Africa, and the largest selection of French fabrics anywhere in the US. Sustainable, fair trade products. French Connections brings you an eclectic variety of fabrics, antiques, table linens, art, and crafts from France,...
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Buy authentic African Art & Gifts from AfrikBoutik. We offer a large selection of African Masks, African Oil Painting, Leather Bags, African Jewelry & more. The African continent has produced a great diversity of artwork from prehistoric times to the present day which takes many forms and as such...
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We supply a wide range of African Arts & Crafts. African Art, African Crafts, Batik Prints, African Masks, Wooden Animals, Wood Carvings, Walking Sticks. We also regularly source African art from neighboring Swaziland, the Mountain Kingdom. They have a huge selection of art and crafts and we also...
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African Decor, African Art, African Fabrics, African Masks, AfricanTextiles, African Zulu Baskets, Masks Antiques, African Jewelry, African Sculpture. Cultures International African Marketplace From Africa to Your Home – Cultures International From Africa To Your Home. African Pot with Ancient Tsonga Pedi Patterns Sculptured Double Calabash Shape 10.5" H X 9" W 26" C. African Batik Zimbabwe...
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African trade beads are decorative glass beads used between the 16th and 20th century as a currency to exchange for goods, services and slaves. The beads were made throughout Europe and Africa. Trade beads are now found world wide. The production of trade beads became so popular that these beads were used for all sort of trade. Millefiori (thousand flower) beads from Venice, Italy were one of...
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A wholesale & retail exporters of various kinds of African handmade artifacts, musical instruments, hand painted movie posters used in cinemas and video clubs in Ghana, artworks, Asante hand woven kente stoles, kente bags, trade beads and batik tie & dye. A wholesale/retail exporters of various kinds of African handmade artifacts, various types of musical instruments, trade beads (Old and New)...
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We provide unique authentic Art from Africa. Our aim is to help connect African Artists with the rest of the world. We source only the highest quality African Art,. Free Shipping Worldwide. I recently bought a painting for my sister. It was beautiful. Everything form wo to go was user friendly. I am so impressed. So easy to order and the painting arrived very quickly. Am on the look out for one...
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Tropical Fine art and decorative painting by Deborah Thompson. Put our 25 years of experience to work for you and transform your home or business with our unique decorative paint finishes customized to fit your space perfectly. We have executed projects for top designers,premier building contractors and private clients from large commercial banks,hospitals, restaurants and entire residences to...
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Wax resist dyeing of fabric is an ancient art form. It already existed in Egypt in the 4th century BC, where it was used to wrap mummies; linen was soaked in wax, and scratched using a stylus. In Asia, the technique was practised in China during the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD), and in India and Japan during the Nara Period (645-794 AD). In Africa it was originally practised by the Yoruba tribe in...
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