As a compliment to our canister art piece, the coaster set is a true work of art, lovingly adorned with original artwork created by esteemed Nigerian artist Millicent Osuomo. The artist transfers some of her most beloved paintings onto the jars to create functional art pieces you’ll be proud to display anywhere...
Our colorful cheese and charcuterie board is the perfect backdrop for an elegant, cheerful presentation of your favorite small bites and cheeses. Tuck the board inside one of our deep chestnut vintage carrier baskets along with a picnic spread. Or, include it as part of a tasteful entertainment banquet. Small enough to take anywhere—elegant enough that you’ll want to show it off, each wood cheese and charcuterie board comes with a matching 4-piece coaster set.
The batik art method is older than recorded history. Egyptians used the technique as early as fourth century, BC when they applied batik patterns to fabric used for wrapping mummies. Our hand-dyed batik napkins bring a piece of this ancient African artistry into your home. Your guests will enjoy the vibrant pop of color and personality they bring to every dining arrangement. Each set of six sturdy, absorbent 35cm, square napkins comes in a variety of striking color palettes. The perfect companion for tea with friends or as a delightful burst of indigenous art in a formal table setting.
Our Royal Onyx Set combines the best of our Onyx range for the ultimate Royalty trear. It consists of the onyx shakers, ornaments and royal onyx tea set.Each of these products are crafted by a sculptor for a period of 21 days from 100% onyx which is mined from Jos, Plateau State in Nigeria, and some parts of the Congo.
Batik is an art form that has withstood the true test of time, traveling the globe from fourth-century Egpyt to India, Asia, Europe, and back again. Distinct roller-printed batik fabrics are as emblematic of West African history today as they were centuries ago. Our batik table throw is a versatile art piece that works as well as the canvas for a tabletop display as it does as a small picnic cloth. No matter where you use it, you’ll appreciate how this throw adds iconic style to the scene. This butter-soft, brightly patterned, fifty-inch, square table throw is dyed by hand in a variety of striking colors.
Add culture to your dining style with these charming charger plates. Intricately handwoven with love by the Bauchi peoples, they invite feelings of peace, harmony and well being with every bite. Not only are they organic and sustainable, they are readily heat absorbent. This makes them our choice for food holders for summer time BBQs and rendez-vous. Pair them with other raffia bowls and batik napkins
Use these cute elephant minis to adorn your napkins, and add an unconventional aesthetic to your dining arrangement. Each hand-carved elephant is created from real mahogany and will display unique variations based on the wood’s qualities and the artisan’s personal touches.
Invite into your home the new luxe - luxury steeped in respecting humanity, heritage, and dignity. This multi-tribal set consists of handwoven raffia bowls made by the tropical and Sahel regions and the Dange-Shuns, Onyx napkin rings from the Congo and the Batik Napkins from the Yoruba tribe. The Raffia bowls add eclectic flair to your dining while the batik napkins are a durable alternative for a table settee. The luxury Dinner is Set isn't complete without the Onyx stone napkin rings, which have been thoughfuly designed to hold your Batik table napkins. This set sets the table for four.
Onyx is one of the earth's secret unspoken gifts, reserved for true connoisseurs of stone. Falling within the same category of other known stones such as marble, it has been used over centuries to adorn cathedrals and palaces. Our onyx napkin ring effortlessly lets you add a touch of timeless prestige into your life. Use it to augment your everyday dining or use it during special celebrations...
The batik art method is older than recorded history. Egyptians used the technique as early as fourth century, BC when they applied batik patterns to fabric used for wrapping mummies. Our hand-dyed batik napkins bring a piece of this ancient African artistry into your home. Your guests will enjoy the vibrant pop of color and personality they bring to every dining arrangement. Each set of six sturdy, absorbent 35cm, square napkins comes in a variety of striking color palettes. The perfect companion for tea with friends or as a delightful burst of indigenous art in a formal table setting.
With its unique and vibrant colors, this decorative kitchen set is a beautiful kitchenware. This Art Set is created to infuse art into all facets of your daily living. This set combines modern expressivism, rustic appeal with the Mahogany handcarved elephants.

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