This colorful decorative bowl is woven by artisans in South Africa from recycled telephone wire. It measures 4 inches across and 2 inches deep. The pattern of each bowl is slightly different; please allow for slight variations.
Meet the Artisans
Township Art is made across South Africa and Zimbabwe, Pieces in this category are made by a variety of artisans. The beaded animals are imported from South Africa but the artisans of Mhotsi Arts a co operative of twelve people,eight men and four women are situated in Chitungwiza,a township 15 kilometers south of Harare in Zimbabwe. The cooperative was formed in 2004 to enable market access to the North American market. During recent years daily life for the artisans has become more difficult as exporting from Zimbabwe has become a challenge leading the group to export from South Africa.
Other pieces come from The Bat Shop and Gugu Crafters in South Africa.
These 11 inch salad servers are carved from olive wood with a cow bone handle. The patterns on the handles are created by melting wax on the white bone and dipping the handles in a...
This olive wood salad serving set is handmade in Kenya and have carved rustic twig design handles. 12 inches. Meet the Artisans Working with more than 100 individual carvers in Machakos, Kenya,Jedando Modern Handicrafts markets...
This rainbow colored necklace is handmade in Guatemala with pearlescent and glass seed beads. Features 12 strands measuring 20 inches with a bead-and-loop adjustable closure. Meet the Artisans Lucia's Imports LLC partners with Guatemalan families,...
Depicting a Tree of Life, this piece is handcrafted from steel drums in Haiti. It is 14 inches in diameter and suitable for indoor or outdoor use. Meet the Artisans When you visit Croix des...