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Exhibiting contemporary and cultural African paintings, originals and prints, collectibles, sculpture, arts and crafts, pottery, ceramics and African home furnishings. Galleria Africana -African Paintings, Art, Crafts, Ceramics, Pottery and furniture. Your comments are important to us. Please Add your comments to this guestbook!
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Kleilat Pottery was born from the shared dream of two friends that met by chance in Portland, Oregon, to create unique, functional pottery. Being born and raised in South Africa, we strive to create from our South African heritage, using earth tones and patterns applied to rustic form. We also have an admiration for handmade European lace and often use imprints on our work. Continued education...
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African inspired handmade ceramics, pottery, crockery in acclaimed cobalt blue Guinea Fowl design by Dragana Jevtovic exported from Cape Town, South Africa. Hand-made ceramics, pottery and crockery by Dragana Jevtovic – Cape Town, South Africa. Dragana Jevtovic -Ceramics, Pottery, Crockery, Cape...
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An illustrated guide to the African symbols called Adinkra used in Ghana, West Africa, with an adinkra index and high-quality adinkra images. African symbols known as adinkra are ubiquitous in Ghana, a beautiful West African country on the Atlantic, situated between Cote d'Ivoire and Togo. On...
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African Violet Pots : - Animal Pots Lace Pots Square Pots Round Ruffled Pots Single Hole Pots Small Pots Tea Pot Styles Double Violet Pots Pottery Style Classic Style Round Pots Modern Cone Shaped Scallop Design african violet pots, self watering, containers, planters, kilnmenow, mini violet...
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Jim McDowell, the black potter, creates unique face jugs with African-American features to pay homage to his ancestors who survived the Middle Passage. His works of art, biography and techniques, including firing, are on this site. Slaves were not allowed to have tombstones, they said, so sometimes pottery or even a  face jug served as their grave markers. My great-great-great-great Aunt...
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The best known African figures carved in stone come from the regions inhabited by the Kissi, the Mende and the Sherbro. These are small squatting figures believed to be very old. They are often known also as nomoli or pomta and are nearly always uncovered in tilled land. In many cases residues of earth and roots can still be found, others were kept on domestic altars and their patina is formed...
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Pottery detective, Adriaan Turgel, Sammy’s nephew, scours the Far East for fabulous super-sized rustic, antique, and contemporary urns, planters, fish ponds, rare porcelain and traditional ceramics. For the Bonsai enthusiast, the Liebermann Gallery has the largest selection of planters on the continent. Intrepid bargain hunters will find seconds at half-price in the courtyard. An exciting array...
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Visit the Department of Arkansas Heritage Official Site to explore the rich history and heritage of Arkansas and discover what the state has to offer in arts, culture, dance, pottery & more! Arkansas is as unique and varied as the people who call it home. Our history and heritage is woven throughout the state in the rich colors, patterns and textures found in our arts, our architecture, our...
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Pottery detective, Adriaan Turgel, Sammy’s nephew, scours the Far East for fabulous super-sized rustic, antique, and contemporary urns, planters, fish ponds, rare porcelain and traditional ceramics. For the Bonsai enthusiast, the Liebermann Gallery has the largest selection of planters on the continent. Intrepid bargain hunters will find seconds at half-price in the courtyard. An exciting array...
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The best known African figures carved in stone come from the regions inhabited by the Kissi, the Mende and the Sherbro. These are small squatting figures believed to be very old. They are often known also as nomoli or pomta and are nearly always uncovered in tilled land. In many cases residues of earth and roots can still be found, others were kept on domestic altars and their patina is formed...
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Whether you are visiting African Treasures for the first time, or are a regular customer, we hope you like our great product choices. We try to keep a wide variety of products available to meet each and every need. Have a new product idea for us? Send us an email sales@africantreasures.com. Are you looking for an African Drum, a djembe, or doumbek perhaps? How about a wonderful rain stick,...
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