shops: crafts [8 sites]    
Indigo Arts Gallery
"Indigo Arts Gallery showcases the finest international folk and contemporary art from Asia, Africa and the Americas". Their African collection includes West African barbershop signboards, masks, textiles (Kente, Kuba, Fon appliques, Ashoke) artwork by contemporary artists (Twins Seven-Seven, Rufus Ogundele, Asiru Olatunde), beaded Ndebele dolls, telephone-wire baskets and toys made of recycled materials. A beautiful store in Philadelphia, PA. [posted: Mar 04, 2004]
The African Fabric Shop
"Magie Relph is a UK-based patchworker and quilter whose online African Fabric Shop specialises in genuine African fabrics - wax prints, batiks, Indigo, wax resist, tie dye and more." [posted: Mar 04, 2004]
Aina Moja
"Featuring a selection of fine African crafts and art from Kenyan artists." Clothing, jewelry, household items, wood and stone carvings, paintings, musical instruments and dolls. Based in the US. [posted: Mar 04, 2004]
Botswanacraft
"Botswanacraft was established in 1970 by the Botswana Development Corporation to develop the rural based handicraft industry of the country. The company has grown to be Botswana's largest retailer and exporter of handicrafts. Privately owned since 1993." [posted: Mar 04, 2004]
S & A Beads
Retail store in Maryland, near Washington DC. Beads and beaded crafts from around the world. Large selection of African beads, both new and old. [posted: Mar 04, 2004]
Happy Mango Beads
"We offer a large selection of wonderful beads - most were imported from Africa, but were made and/or used in other parts of the world." Based in the US. [posted: Mar 04, 2004]
Ananse Village
Retail location in Fort Bragg, CA. Offers baskets, beads, books, clothing, chocolate, coffee, home accents, instruments, masks, recordings and textiles. [posted: Mar 04, 2004]
African Image
"Established in 1989 and recognized as a leading, independent tribal artefact and craft dealership in Cape Town, South Africa; we specialize in authentic, original pieces of traditional African artefacts and crafts. All our pieces are chosen by Harry Sitole, the owner of African Image." It's really a rather eclectic collection they offer, of both contemporary and traditional crafts. [posted: Mar 04, 2004]
  shops: crafts [8 sites]