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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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Gems of Africa Gallery: Art, Sculpture, Pottery, Glass, Artifacts. ​The staff at the Gems of Africa Gallery is dedicated to presenting you the best contemporary African Art you can buy. To ensure the quality of their merchandise and to keep abreast of new artists and artifacts available, they travel to Africa every year for a buying trip. They spend eight hours a day hand picking each and every...
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Urban African Living is an online store selling quality African homewares, ceramics, beadwork, and pottery. We will deliver to anywhere in Australia. Our African ceramics and pottery are all unique and made with creative techniques and design. Our homeware range includes products made from...
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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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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...
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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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Global Decor: Shop original hand-crafted furniture, accents, pillows, textiles, baskets, poufs, artwork, etc… beautiful designs with ancient roots. Unique statement pieces that add modern global flair to interior spaces and inspire rooms you'll love everyday. Good design is about communicating… discovering unique impressions in handmade items that are crafted with rich organic and upcycled...
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Visit our online shop for gifts & collectables from a wide range of manufacturers. African Plains Amber Days Beatrix Potter Birchhearts Snowmen Bowbrook Studios Burslem Pottery Caithness Calico Kittens Car Couture Cherished Teddies Comfort Candles Country Artists Declans Finnians Disney And Warner Brothers Enchantica Forever Friends Forget Me Knot Elephants Gleneagles John Beswick Little Things...
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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 cloth and walls, in pottery and logos, these Asante tribe symbols can be found everywhere. This site's...
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Raku is an ancient Asian ceramic firing technique with Terra Cotta Pottery has adapted to Africa. The pottery is inspired by nature, people and the surrounds of Africa. Rika Franken was born to a graphic artist mother and a father of aristocratic descent with a restless but innovative spirit in 1960 in Germany. After High school she moved with her family to the Westerwald region where she...
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Custom home décor showroom offering Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams furniture, Hunter Douglas window treatments, Dash & Albert designer rugs, hundreds of fabrics, design consultation, custom sewing and re-upholstery services. Here are just a few examples of the fine products we carry at our Portland, ME furniture store: Rugs: Dash & Albert, Loloi, Sheepskin, Vintage Kilims, & more!...
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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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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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