Carlos Fritz’s. Our distinct fashion design aesthetic exudes Africa’s natural and cultural elements. These creations are a meant to inspire and empower women to pursue high-standards without losing touch with their roots. Before any of our pieces are sewn, we begin by embracing the client’s persona to capture their sense of style and ensue with Read more [...]
Wezandla African Craft Traders. The word Wezandla also signifies the act of hands reaching out to help empower our talented crafters to showcase their work on an international platform. Artists who are hand picked from across the African continent – ensuring a diverse, intuitive and exciting range of products to cater for every taste.Our retail store was established in 1994 by the late Glynis Baer. The store changed hands and was taken over by Angela and Kevin Boucher in 2016. In late 2017 the showroom – which had become a landmark in Port Elizabeth was moved to its new exciting home in the historical Parliament Street.
The Tuareg silversmiths of Mali are a group of African artisans who truly excel at the creation of exquisitely beautiful silver jewellery artefacts. The Tuareg tribal history dates back several thousand years and as a result their jewellery is full of folklore, where each piece conveys a message – either symbolic, mystical or astronomical. Find these beautiful pieces, and many more – in store, or simply inbox us for more details.
Gepostet von Wezandla African Craft Traders am Mittwoch, 10. Oktober 2018