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Hand-woven, eco and ethical bolga baskets in various shapes, sizes and colours.
Other bolga products, including vases, platters, fans and shoulder bags.
$130 – Only available in natural
$150 – Hand-woven from the elephant grass.
$65 – Fully malleable and easy to reshape.
$28 – Hand woven from sustainable Kinkanhe straw.
Bolga products for Babies and Children, a mixture of baskets and musical instruments.
Learn how to keep your Bolga products looking at their best.
Our Bolga Basket care guide will help you in getting the most out of your new baskets.
Our collection of unique African masks and statues including rare and antique pieces.
$133 – By poro society.
$210 – The Kalaho is a bird of peace.
$483 – Ethiopia furniture.
$686 – Ashanti antique stool from Ghana.
A diverse range of authentic and beautiful West African statues and dolls.
$140 – Voodoo means “Spirit of God”
$4130 – Antique statue
$80 – Wooden Ghanaian Elephant statue with metal detailing.
Ancient West-African warrior shields hand carved from timber.
Intricately carved masterpieces from one of the oldest surviving cultures in the world.
$1500 – Protection & Fertility.
$195 – Protection.
$95 – Protection.
Carvings on this door represent protection.
Dogon Doors feature glyphs.
Spiritual appeals to the good life.
Depictions of the original human tribe.
Our range of unique West-African hats from the Bolga and Wodaabe regions.
Stylish Bolga Shoulder Bags available in a range of colours.
Our collection of West African textiles including blankets, fabrics, mud cloth, wall hangings and mats.
$190 – 100% cotton weave cloth.
$9/m – A blend of cotton and synthetic.
$160 – Hand stitched and hand-dyed cloth.
$260 – Mudcloth is an iconic symbol of West African art.
Our collection of West African jewellery including necklaces, bracelets, lots and strands.
$40 – Ebony and pure silver.
Our collection of vibrant paintings and Batiks from our favourite African artisans.
$290 – Colourful town of Accra, Ghana
A collection of Antique stools from West Africa.
A classic pictorial.
From Cameroon and South East Nigeria.
An abstract sun symbol.
$1500 – Represents protection and fertility.
$195 – Door carvings represent protection.
$95 – Represent tokens of prosperity.
Intricately carved masterpieces.
Traditionally used as granary closures.
Since 1997, we have been working to increase exposure for African artists in the burgeoning Australian market. Masks, Paintings, Artefacts, Textiles and Jewellery – every piece is hand crafted, original and tells a story about the everyday and the extraordinary, teaching us about the history and culture of the region.
We believe in supporting and respecting the artists we buy from, doing business at local and fair market prices. We get to know each artist and supplier personally, establishing rapport and learning about the pieces they create before purchasing.
Jan 25th 2017 Driving into Bolga is always exciting. It’s my 11th visit and a chance to see our old friends and get out into the real West African bush.
The Lobi are an ethnic group that originated in what is today Ghana. The name Lobi originates from two Lobiri words; lou (meaning forest) and bi (meaning children), literally ‘Children of the forest’.
The 20th biennial FESTIMA, the largest International Art and Mask Festival in West Africa took place in the town of Dedougou, 250km west of the capital Ouagadougou.
The Bashiri fashion collection is made up of many items such as African textiles (blankets, fabric and mud cloth), handwoven hats and bags, plus jewellery.