Bali Arts and Crafts Amazwi has added finds from Bali and Indonesia to our African Art and Crafts collection. Check out our treasure trove of Bali home furnishings and accessories. Keeping in mind that these images are but a small portion of what we have in stock. No two alike. Unique finds for sure.
Description Kisii Stone was discovered by Catholic Missionaries in early 1900 in the south Western part of Kenya. It is mined near the town of Kisii, in the district of Tabaka, a very dry part of the country, resulting in this hard variety of soapstone. Initially the stone was used in it’s original white cream [...]
Baskets from across Africa We have a beautiful collection of Baskets from various countries in African. Our Sisal baskets are colorful and intricately handwoven by craftswomen of Rwanda. They weave carefully dyed sisal fibers and sweet grass to make these stunning one of a kind pieces, rich in cultural meaning and purpose, they make a [...]
Namji Doll Namji are the people inhabiting an area in the West of the north Cameroon. The Namji tribe is famous for their wooden dolls carved with geometric features and adorned with multi-colored bead necklaces, cowrie shells, coins, metal strips, fiber and leather. The dolls held by young Namji girls, to play and to ensure their fertility, are [...]
Biography: Archibold “Archie” Mutsiko was born in February of 1984 in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, He is the father of two boys. As an artist his focus is on creating wire and bead craft. He was taught by his elder brother and uncle, both deceased. Archie started doing wire-craft when he was in the [...]