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Ndebele people are Bantu Tribe, together with xhosa and Zulu they made the most extensive and aesthetic use of glass beads.Beaded jewellery is one of the oldest and most basic the ornamentalskills carried out in Southern Africa by rural people.mostly ,it shows the developmentof a young girl to womanhood.
Shwseshwe is produced where by cotton fabric is fed through copper rollers which have patterns etched into them. A weak acid is fed onto the fabric, bleaching out the distinctive intricate white designs. it is a South African fabric printed in Eastern Cape.
Our wire artisans are mostly from Zimbabwe. Some live in South Africa where they were attracted to more stable economy and tourism.
One Touch Of An Artist Makes The Whole World Kin
Our story is one of dedication, hard work and a continuous relationship management. These attributes have sustained us over the years of our existence in a competitive and ever changing business and technological environment.
In a changing business and technological environment, we are always looking for better ways of producing our products and pass the benefit to our customers.
We are conscious of the environment and have used energy efficient and sustainable methods in our production.
We believe in maintaining healthy relationships with suppliers, customers and employees.
All our products are hand crafted in Southern Africa from a group of artist in Africa