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A member of the family business Nonhlo Pheko in Port St. Johns creates a carved wooden fish. The Africa Craft Trust worked from 2007-2010 on a Kellogg Foundation funded programme working with small craft businesses in the wild coast of the Eastern Cape, South Africa.

A member of the family business Nonhlo Pheko in Port St. Johns creates a carved wooden fish. The Africa Craft Trust worked from 2007-2010 on a Kellogg Foundation funded programme working with small craft businesses in the wild coast of the Eastern Cape, South Africa.

Africa | chair from the Luguru people of Tanzania | Wood | Early 20th century

High backed stool, Luguru peoples, Tanzania In East Africa, elaborate high-backed stools generally signify the governing authority of their owners; Source: National Museum of African Art

Africa | Chair from the Chokwe people of Kasai, DR Congo | Wood, metal and glass beads | ca. 1913

Chokwe Acquisition related person Compagnie du Kasaï, as donor Date of acquisition

Africa | Ashanti African Stool with Nailhead. Depicts a Mother and Child. Ghana.  Early 20th Century

Ashanti African Stool

Buy Ashanti African Stool by Downtown - Limited Edition designer Furniture from Dering Hall's collection of Rustic / Folk Stools, Ottomans & Poufs.

old royal stool, Yaa Asantewaa museum, Ejisu near Kumasi, Ghana

Photos and pictures of: old royal stool, Yaa Asantewaa museum, Ejisu near Kumasi, Ghana - The Africa Image Library

Trône, Kaguru, Tanzanie | En Afrique de l'Est, dans une aire qui s'étend de la Tanzanie au sud-est de la République Démocratique du Congo et au nord-est de la Zambie, des peuples non apparentés ...

Trône, Kaguru, Tanzanie | En Afrique de l'Est, dans une aire qui s'étend de la Tanzanie au sud-est de la République Démocratique du Congo et au nord-est de la Zambie, des peuples non apparentés ...

Africa is Tradition Reinvented: Crazy Legs Table by Tekura Design, Ghana.

"Africa is Tradition Reinvented" is one of the five themes of the "Africa is Now" exhibition at Design Indaba Expo

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