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Hand Beaded Yoruba Headdress - Nigeria
Ilala Gourd Baskets - Zimbabwe
Artist Rizimu Chiwawa Stone Sculptures - Zimbabwe
Hand Beaded Yoruba Chair - Nigeria
Glass Beaded Detail
Sao Bronze Horseman - Chad / Cameroon
Borana Cho Cho Basket handmade with silver wire and leather - Ethiopia
African Trading Beads - Amber Resin
Luba Stool - Democratic Republic of Congo
The Ballam Bench
178 L x 54 W x 59 H x 43.5 SH cm
Using upcycled teak, these benches are designed by E V O K E London and handmade by highly skilled woodworkers and weavers of the Suthar (Carpenter) Community from India. The artisans practise carpentry and rope weaving using indigenous techniques passed down over generations.
The Ballam Stool
The shape of the legs are inspired by classic Indian clubs used in the ancient art of swinging clubs as a staple of fitness training long before it reached Europe in the early 1800s.
94 L x 54 W x 59 H x 43.5 SH cm
The Chaipoi Bench
Teak Bench with Handwoven Seat and Side Cup Rests
188 L x 47 W x 44 H cm
The Pondi Chair
Swivel Back Teak Armchair with Handwoven Seat and Back
59 W x 70 D x 83 H x 41 SH (61 Arm H) cm
The Pondi Chair is inspired by the woodworker George Nakashima and his time spent in Pondicherry in India in the 1940s.
The Sangaru Pi Chair
Sandeep Sangaru in collaboration with E V O K E London
Tuareg Bowls - Mali / Niger
Bronze Bangles - Benin
Wood Bird Sculptures - Zimbabwe
Fossilised "Petrified" wood Stools