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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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Using state of the art European machinery, and European standards, all our tiles are manufactured from materials of the highest grade, which deliver ultra high strain resistance, durability, low porosity and water absorption. Each data sheet on every tile design shows how our tiles are verified by independent laboratory tests to be superior to other tiles available in the market. We have...
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Don't see the item you are looking for? Submit Your Want List and get email notifications when matching items of interest to you are added to our inventory. Submit Your Want List Here. American Art Pottery, Roseville Pottery, Rookwood, Weller, Van Briggle, Arts and Crafts Accessories - Just Art...
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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...
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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...
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Penelope Penzo offers exotic, elegant, french, fresh, safari designs on dinnerware and gifts. Born in Africa and having traveled the world over as and Intensive Care Nurse, Penny returned home to Zimbabwe in… Read more. Penelope Penzo offers exciting, surprising and fresh designs bringing timeless Informal Luxury to your table. Read more. Penelope Penzo dinnerware was created to bring “Informal...
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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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Original african art pieces are beautiful works of art. Learn about their origin, the local people and how they are made. If you are passionate about art and love it, especially African art then you are going to enjoy this site. We are going to learn about the various regions of the continent, get to know about the local people and artisans who craft these beautiful works of art and also learn...
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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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Handcrafted FAIR TRADE Ceramic Beads from Kenya - Beads, Pendants, Necklaces, Buttons, Designer Necklace Collection, Cabochons. Kazuri Founder - Lady Susan Wood was born (1918) in a mud hut in an African village. Her parents were missionaries from England in the Ituri Forest. Lady Wood was sent back to England to be educated and married Michael Wood, a surgeon. They came to Kenya in 1947. They...
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American Ceramic Supply offers both wholesale and retail ceramic equipment and supplies: kilns, pottery wheels, pottery color and glazes, ceramic brushes and tools, pottery bisque and education and training for ceramics and pottery. American Ceramic Supply Company has been servicing the ceramic and pottery industry for over 40 years. Based in Fort Worth, Texas, American Ceramic Supply Company...
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Specializing in high quality, hand woven Baskets of Africa, including Zulu Ilala Palm, Swaziland Sisal, Zulu Telephone Wire Baskets, Ghana Bolga Market Baskets, Botswana, Namibian, Rwandan, Nigerian and Kenyan Baskets. We offer a wide variety of high quality, true Fair Trade, baskets from throughout the African continent. Each of these uniquely handwoven baskets are individually photographed...
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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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Whether you want African canes or African sculptures, we are the perfect choice for both. Browse through our website now!!! If you are a great art lover, then you will surely love these wonderful handcrafted items. For making you feel the authentic heritage of Africa, we are proffering unique and dazzling African sculptures. These sculptures are highly popular as they are the perfect...
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In the years leading up to independence in 1960 the French anthropologist Guy Le Moal assembled an outstanding collection of cultural objects from the many peoples of Upper Volta, now Burkina Faso. These objects were deposited in the IFAN museum in Ouagadougou, where I first saw them in 1970. In 1974 a Peace Corps Volunteer named Norman Skougstad worked at the museum and made the photographs...
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Our services include kiln production and maintenance, supply of glazes, pottery tools and wheels, elements and controllers, earthenware, stoneware and our Reinders Air Drying Clay – perfect for using when you don’t have access to firing! Many schools around the country use the air drying clay for their mandatory art projects. We are a SMME that employ and train people from mostly disadvantaged...
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Traditional peoples represented include the Adan, Aduma, Afikpo, Afo, Agni, Aja, Akan, Arua, Asante, Attie, Bafia, Baga, Bakom, Bakongo, Bakota, Bali, Bamana, Bamileke, Bamun, Bangala, Bangwa, Bantu, Bassa, Bateke, Baule, Bembe, Benalua, Benin, Bidjogo, Biu, Boa, Bobo, Boki, Bongo, Boni, Bozo, Buji, Bura, Bwa, Chamba, Chokwe, Dan, Dida, Dinka, Dogon, Ejagham, Eket, Ekoi, Ekonda, Ethiopian, Ewe,...
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Africa Imports is the largest wholesale supplier of Afrocentric and ethnic products in the US. This site has the biggest selection anywhere of wholesale African clothing, African Black soaps, African artwork, African Musical instruments, and black skincare products. You are guaranteed to be 100% satisfied with anything that you order. If you are not happy for any reason at all (or even no...
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Gems of Africa Gallery: Atlanta's leading resource in contemporary African art. In 1991, Wallene's son Keith Washington became a partner in the business and as a result, added a fresh new perspective to the buying process. They each bought what they liked, but since they had different tastes, they would end up choosing very different pieces. Based on the success they had in New York, in 1997...
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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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