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Modern Fixe Reverse Glass Tabletop Art from Senegal. This traditional painting technique has been practiced and perfected in Senegal for centuries. Now in store at Swahili Fifth Street! #reverseglass #fairtrade

Help students explore bits of the Swahili people by learning a handful of words in Kiswahili, a language spoken by over 45 million people in Eastern Africa. Encourage experimenting with different techniques of drawing & painting with the versatile Crayola Watercolor Pencils, as each person chooses their unique set of words & illustrations that they publish mini books. Your classroom can create its own mini Swahili library!

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Handmade African Mud Cloth Throw Blanket

African Mud Cloth Throw Blanket

Hand-woven Kuba raffia cloth from The Congo. The African Fabric Shop : Textiles, beads and inspiration from Africa

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African Wax Batik #713

100% cotton. Preshrunk, colorfast. Hand stamped batik created by applying wax with a carved stamp to a solid color base cloth. The wax forms a resist and the cloth is then over dyed. This process may

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African Kuba Cloth Pillows with Inserts

African Kuba Cloth Pillows bring natural beauty and rich color to your home. Sold on #kubacloth #naturaldecor #fairtrade

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Fit For A King

Collection of African masks on a bedroom wall. Made by Master Carver Nana Frimpong Boady, who serves as chief carver to the Ashanti King.