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Hand Beaded Yoruba Headdress - Nigeria

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Ilala Gourd Baskets - Zimbabwe

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Tonga Basket - Zimbabwe
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Makonde Fetish Figures - Tanzania
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Lifesize Stone Sculptures
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Artist Rizimu Chiwawa Stone Sculptures - Zimbabwe

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Glass Beaded Detail

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Hand Beaded Yoruba Sashes
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Sao Bronze Horseman - Chad / Cameroon

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Borana Cho Cho Basket handmade with silver wire and leather - Ethiopia

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African Trading Beads - Amber Resin

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Luba Stool - Democratic Republic of Congo

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Johan Swart Ceramics - South Africa
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Black Textured Surface Stoneware Vessel by Johan Swart  - South Africa
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Black Stoneware Clay Vessel by Johan Swart - 35 d x 35 H cm
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Tuareg Bowls - Mali / Niger

Bronze Bangles - Benin

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Tuareg Bowls - Mali / Niger

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Wood Bird Sculptures - Zimbabwe

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Fossilised "Petrified" wood Stools

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Wedding Staffs - Somalia
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Dinka and Bongo Headrest - Sudan
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Bambara Ciwara Headdress - Mali
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Bidri Vase
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Bidri & Teak Vases 
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Bidri Vase

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Together with a small community of Bidri artisans, E V O K E  London has created an exclusive range of objects. 

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The Silver Lining Collection - Bidriware

Bidriware is a decorative form of metalwork dating back to the 15th century. With its roots in Persia, this craft of silver inlay is unique to the Indian Deccan. 

This unique metal form is hand casted from an alloy of copper and zinc. The final coating of earth, found only at the Fort of Bidar, transforms the monochrome surface, lending unique depth to the blackness of Bidriware.

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The Black Earth Collection

Hand Casted Bidri Vase & Bowl 

 

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The Miniature Bidri Collection

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Miniature Bidri Vases 

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Sandstone Vases
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Fulani Cloth - Barkina Faso
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100% Wool Rugs
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Hand-Knotted Rugs