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Carved Wood Coffee Table, Ellipse -20%

Part sculpture, part table, all artisanal. Inspired by a ceremonial African stool, this Carved Wood Ellipse Table's intricate texture is hand hewn by artisans in Jaipur, India, from solid mango wood. Natural color variations make each piece subtly

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West Elm
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Carved Maple Backgammon Set with Racks - Eagle

King of the air, messenger of the gods. From the earliest days of the Persian empire to the America of today, the eagle is a symbol of leadership, strength, courage, vision and immortality. Let its focus and acumen inspire your game with this beautifully hand-sculpted, heirloom-quality wood backgammon set. Feel the pride of meticulous workmanship in the wingspread of this expert carving by Neroulia artisans, and the excitement of opening the African walnut case to the treasures within. You'll enjoy the smooth-as-satin finish of the gleaming walnut playing surface; the elegant points of Brazilian Palisander wood in mahogany and espresso edged in gold; the thrill of the play with a superior wood backgammon set that elevates your status and lets your natural talent take flight. Backgammon Set Dimensions: Open Length: 24 1/4in., Open Width: 19in. Open Height: 1 3/4in., Closed Length: 12 1/8in., Closed Width: 19in., Closed Height: 3 1/2in.,

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GammonVillage
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Hand and Body Balm Shea Butter Rose Geranium - 2 oz.

Alaffia - Hand and Body Balm Shea Butter Rose Geranium - 2 oz. (59 ml) Use alaffia hand and body balm shea butter rose geranium to receive the full moisturizing and protective benefits of unrefined, certified fair trade shea butter and virgin coconut oil with this soothing balm. Calming and restorative rose geranium essential oil brightens dull skin and lends a relaxing, rosy fragrance. What is Shea Butter?Shea Butter is the oil from the nuts of wild Shea trees (Vitellaria paradoxa - also known as Butyrospermum parkii in the cosmetic industry) scattered throughout the wooded savanna of West and Central Africa. Shea Butter has been used for centuries in Africa and is completely enmeshed within the history and culture of the West African savanna. Shea Butter is mentioned in almost all African historical documents, including a reference as early as Cleopatra's Egypt, which mentions caravans bearing clay jars of Shea Butter for cosmetic use. Funeral beds of kings were carved in the wood of old Shea Trees, and Shea Butter has always been a staple of African pharmacology. Indigenous Knowledge for Skin Care Shea Butter has been used for centuries in Africa as a decongestant, an anti-inflammatory for sprains and arthritis, healing salve, lotion for hair and skin care, and cooking oil. However, the protective and emollient properties of Shea Butter are most valued for skin care. In recent clinical trials, Shea Butter was found to help to protect skin against climate and UV aggressions, prevent wrinkle formation, soothe irritated and chapped skin, and moisturize the epidermis. Shea Butter also enhances cell regeneration and capillary circulation, which helps prevent and minimize stretch marks, inflammations, and scarring. Why Unrefined Shea Butter?Handcrafted, unrefined Shea Butter contains the maximum amount of healing and moisturizing properties.

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Ceremonial Celebrations Wood Djembe Drum

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Fusing his passion for music and his instinct for modern design, Samuel Coleman crafts a djembe drum of exquisite African elegance. The base is carved by hand of local tweneboa wood and features an unfurling flower accompanied by traditional patterns. The goatskin drumhead is held in place with iron rods and nylon ropes that serve to adjust the drum's pitch. -About the Artist: Due to my interest in all things cultural things, I then decided to get involved in artworks, especially carving - drums to be specific. I am very proud to say that now I am a master training others in the art of drum-making. -The Samuel Coleman Artisan Collection is brought to you by Novica in Association with National Geographic. This beautiful piece was handcrafted by Samuel Coleman in Ghana. An artisan story card will be included with your purchase. - Tweneboa wood and goatskin -Hand crafted Artisan quality -Each artwork is unique -- wood grain, color, and pattern will differ slightly from picture

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Wood Side Table 203854

Novica 203854 By George Obeng, this handsome end table conveys the beauty of West African tradition. The circular table is crafted of native sese wood with wave motifs carved into the borders. The base depicts an adinkra symbol known as pempamsie in the Twi language. It means "to keep and preserve." The symbol encourages careful planning but warns against procrastination. "It is a symbol of precaution and readiness," the artisan says. Features: -Table.-Hand crafted item.-Finish: Rustic and rugged.-The George Obeng collection.-Collection: The George Obeng.-Shape: Round.-Design: Table.-Style: Global Inspired.-Top Finish: Brown.-Distressed: Yes.-Base Material: Wood -Base Material Details: ..-Top Material: Wood -Top Material Details: ..-Base Type: 3 & 4 Legs.Dimensions: -16.5 H x 11.8 W x 11.8 D, 4.3 lbs.-Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 16.5.-Overall Width - Side to Side: 11.8.-Overall Depth - Front to Back: 11.8.-Overall Product Weight: 4.3.

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Wayfair
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Carved Wood Smalll Side Table, Natural Mango - Beige -20%

Sculpture on the side. Inspired by a ceremonial African stool, this Carved Wood Side Table's intricate texture is hand hewn by artisans in Jaipur, India, from solid mango wood. Natural color variations make each piece subtly one of a kind. Solid

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West Elm
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Carved Wood Large Side Table, Natural Mango - Beige -20%

Sculpture on the side. Inspired by a ceremonial African stool, this Carved Wood Side Table's intricate texture is hand hewn by artisans in Jaipur, India, from solid mango wood. Natural color variations make each piece subtly one of a kind. Solid

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West Elm
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Mev. Kirsten 2012 750ml

This wine is from South Africa, Coastal Region region, Stellenbosch sub-region. The new generation of South African winemakers is promoting indigenous varietals and the quality of their terroir. In particular, Eben Sadie has become both curator and champion for old vines in the Swartland region of South Africa. Although just 40, Eben is one of the regions most experienced winemakers in his 20s, he was hired by Charles Back to start up The Spice Route which he left after founding his eponymous property in 1999.Eben has carved out an enviable reputation for his Columella and Palladius estate bottlings, which are produced from seven leased vineyards which he farms himself. In the cellar Eben lets nature run its course spontaneous natural fermentation uses gravity to transfer his wines from vat to bottle and ages his wines in neutral wood. The reds age in large foudres for 24 months and the whites in barrel for 24 months. The most hands-on aspect to Ebens winemaking is at harvest when he and his team individually sort the hand-picked berries. Ebens patchwork approach to vineyard selection is reflective of his winemaking philosophy find the oldest vines that produce fruit representative of terroir. His 17 acre estate, of which half are bush vines and half trellised, is dry-farmed and planted on the gentle slopes of the region to a variety of soil types ‒ granite, slate, clay, sandstone, gravel and quartz. After almost ten years of making his estate wines, Eben was ready for a new project and in 2009, introduced a bevy of small-production, single-vineyard wines sourced from Swartlands oldest vines. For this lineup, the whites were whole-bunch pressed, fermented in a combination of concrete eggs and large foudres and bottled after 10 months; the reds were bottled after 11 months. Eben keeps the wines sur lie through elevage so that he only has to add sulfur once, just prior to bottling..

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Four Faces Ashanti Throne Ottoman

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Nana Frimpong describes this piece as a family throne, the four faces carved on the pedestal symbolizing love and unity. Representing the designs of the Ashanti royalty of Ghana, the carving is hewn from local sese wood and polished to exalt the material's deep, rich tone. Traditional geometric etchings complete this solid vision of West African culture. -About the Artist: Nana Frimpong is the chief carver for the king of the Ashanti. 'I draw inspiration from traditional kente cloth designs, from my family background, and from our rich Ashanti tradition. Some of my work for the king includes objects with 'gye nyame' (symbol for the supremacy of God), stools, staffs and other royal and ceremonial objects. My dream has always been to invest in my children's education. I am happy to say that this is now possible.' -The Chief Carver Nana Frimpong Artisan Collection is brought to you by Novica in Association with National Geographic. This beautiful piece was handcrafted by Chief Carver Nana Frimpong in Ghana. An artisan story card will be included with your purchase. - Sese wood -Hand crafted Artisan quality -Size may vary slightly -Colors may vary slightly

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Bellacor
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Moisturizing Body Wash Vanilla Mint - 32 oz.

Everyday Shea - Moisturizing Body Wash Vanilla Mint - 32 oz. (950 mL)   Everyday Shea Moisturizing Body Wash Vanilla Mint is simple, effective, and moisturizing care for all skin types - formulated by Alaffia, to balance science with tradition to holistically benefit your skin, communities, and the environment. This Certified Fair Trade handcrafted shea butter is made at Alaffia's co-op in Togo, West Africa. Other ingredients include virgin coconut oil, protective West African neem extract, and a refreshing blend of spearmint and vanilla. Gentle enough for every day use on all skin types. May also be used as a hand wash. Non-GMO Shea Unrefined Ingredients- contain full healing & moisturizing properties Vegan No Animal Testing Paraben Free No Synthetic Fragrance Gluten Free Everyday Shea was created by Alaffia as a means of increasing shea butter production at their cooperatives in Togo while offering a value size to customers in tough economic times. Like other Alaffia products, 10% of Everyday Shea sales are allocated to support Alaffia's community empowerment projects in West Africa. Shea ButterShea Butter is the oil from the nuts of wild Shea trees (Vitellaria paradoxa) scattered throughout the wooded savanna of West and Central Africa. Shea Butter has been used for centuries in Africa and is completely enmeshed within the history and culture of the West African savanna. Shea Butter is mentioned in almost all African historical documents, including a reference as early as Cleopatra's Egypt, which mentions caravans bearing clay jars of Shea Butter for cosmetic use. Funeral beds of kings were carved in the wood of old Shea Trees, and Shea Butter has always been a staple of African pharmacology. Indigenous Knowledge for Skin CareShea Butter has been used for centuries in Africa as a decongestant, an anti-inflammatory for sprains and arthritis, healing salve, lotion for hair and skin care, and cooking oil.

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Skerpioen 2012 750ml

This wine is from South Africa, Coastal Region region, Swartland sub-region. The new generation of South African winemakers is promoting indigenous varietals and the quality of their terroir. In particular, Eben Sadie has become both curator and champion for old vines in the Swartland region of South Africa. Although just 40, Eben is one of the regions most experienced winemakers in his 20s, he was hired by Charles Back to start up The Spice Route which he left after founding his eponymous property in 1999.Eben has carved out an enviable reputation for his Columella and Palladius estate bottlings, which are produced from seven leased vineyards which he farms himself. In the cellar Eben lets nature run its course spontaneous natural fermentation uses gravity to transfer his wines from vat to bottle and ages his wines in neutral wood. The reds age in large foudres for 24 months and the whites in barrel for 24 months. The most hands-on aspect to Ebens winemaking is at harvest when he and his team individually sort the hand-picked berries. Ebens patchwork approach to vineyard selection is reflective of his winemaking philosophy find the oldest vines that produce fruit representative of terroir. His 17 acre estate, of which half are bush vines and half trellised, is dry-farmed and planted on the gentle slopes of the region to a variety of soil types ‒ granite, slate, clay, sandstone, gravel and quartz. After almost ten years of making his estate wines, Eben was ready for a new project and in 2009, introduced a bevy of small-production, single-vineyard wines sourced from Swartlands oldest vines. For this lineup, the whites were whole-bunch pressed, fermented in a combination of concrete eggs and large foudres and bottled after 10 months; the reds were bottled after 11 months. Eben keeps the wines sur lie through elevage so that he only has to add sulfur once, just prior to bottling..

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Moisturizing Body Wash Lavender - 32 oz.

Everyday Shea - Moisturizing Body Wash Lavender - 32 oz. (950 mL) Everyday Shea Moisturizing Body Wash Lavender is simple, effective, and moisturizing care for all skin types - formulated by Alaffia, to balance science with tradition to holistically benefit your skin, communities, and the environment. This Certified Fair Trade handcrafted shea butter is made at Alaffia's co-op in Togo, West Africa. Other ingredients include virgin coconut oil, protective West African neem extract, and relaxing lavender essential oil. Gentle enough for every day use on all skin types. May also be used as a hand wash. Non-GMO Shea Unrefined Ingredients- contain full healing & moisturizing properties Vegan No Animal Testing Paraben Free No Synthetic Fragrance Gluten Free Everyday Shea was created by Alaffia as a means of increasing shea butter production at their cooperatives in Togo while offering a value size to customers in tough economic times. Like other Alaffia products, 10% of Everyday Shea sales are allocated to support Alaffia's community empowerment projects in West Africa. Shea ButterShea Butter is the oil from the nuts of wild Shea trees (Vitellaria paradoxa) scattered throughout the wooded savanna of West and Central Africa. Shea Butter has been used for centuries in Africa and is completely enmeshed within the history and culture of the West African savanna. Shea Butter is mentioned in almost all African historical documents, including a reference as early as Cleopatra's Egypt, which mentions caravans bearing clay jars of Shea Butter for cosmetic use. Funeral beds of kings were carved in the wood of old Shea Trees, and Shea Butter has always been a staple of African pharmacology. Indigenous Knowledge for Skin CareShea Butter has been used for centuries in Africa as a decongestant, an anti-inflammatory for sprains and arthritis, healing salve, lotion for hair and skin care, and cooking oil.

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Skurfberg 2012 750ml

This wine is from South Africa, Olifants River region. The new generation of South African winemakers is promoting indigenous varietals and the quality of their terroir. In particular, Eben Sadie has become both curator and champion for old vines in the Swartland region of South Africa. Although just 40, Eben is one of the regions most experienced winemakers in his 20s, he was hired by Charles Back to start up The Spice Route which he left after founding his eponymous property in 1999.Eben has carved out an enviable reputation for his Columella and Palladius estate bottlings, which are produced from seven leased vineyards which he farms himself. In the cellar Eben lets nature run its course spontaneous natural fermentation uses gravity to transfer his wines from vat to bottle and ages his wines in neutral wood. The reds age in large foudres for 24 months and the whites in barrel for 24 months. The most hands-on aspect to Ebens winemaking is at harvest when he and his team individually sort the hand-picked berries. Ebens patchwork approach to vineyard selection is reflective of his winemaking philosophy find the oldest vines that produce fruit representative of terroir. His 17 acre estate, of which half are bush vines and half trellised, is dry-farmed and planted on the gentle slopes of the region to a variety of soil types ‒ granite, slate, clay, sandstone, gravel and quartz. After almost ten years of making his estate wines, Eben was ready for a new project and in 2009, introduced a bevy of small-production, single-vineyard wines sourced from Swartlands oldest vines. For this lineup, the whites were whole-bunch pressed, fermented in a combination of concrete eggs and large foudres and bottled after 10 months; the reds were bottled after 11 months. Eben keeps the wines sur lie through elevage so that he only has to add sulfur once, just prior to bottling..

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Grand Wine Cellar
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Columella 2011 750ml

This wine is from South Africa, Coastal Region region, Swartland sub-region. The new generation of South African winemakers is promoting indigenous varietals and the quality of their terroir. In particular, Eben Sadie has become both curator and champion for old vines in the Swartland region of South Africa. Although just 40, Eben is one of the regions most experienced winemakers in his 20s, he was hired by Charles Back to start up The Spice Route which he left after founding his eponymous property in 1999. Eben has carved out an enviable reputation for his Columella and Palladius estate bottlings, which are produced from seven leased vineyards which he farms himself. In the cellar Eben lets nature run its course spontaneous natural fermentation uses gravity to transfer his wines from vat to bottle and ages his wines in neutral wood. The reds age in large foudres for 24 months and the whites in barrel for 24 months. The most hands-on aspect to Ebens winemaking is at harvest when he and his team individually sort the hand-picked berries. Ebens patchwork approach to vineyard selection is reflective of his winemaking philosophy find the oldest vines that produce fruit representative of terroir. His 17 acre estate, of which half are bush vines and half trellised, is dry-farmed and planted on the gentle slopes of the region to a variety of soil types ‒ granite, slate, clay, sandstone, gravel and quartz. After almost ten years of making his estate wines, Eben was ready for a new project and in 2009, introduced a bevy of small-production, single-vineyard wines sourced from Swartlands oldest vines. For this lineup, the whites were whole-bunch pressed, fermented in a combination of concrete eggs and large foudres and bottled after 10 months; the reds were bottled after 11 months. Eben keeps the wines sur lie through elevage so that he only has to add sulfur once, just prior to bottling..

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Body Lotion Neem & Shea Butter Skin Recovery Savanna Morning - 8 oz.

Alaffia - Body Lotion Neem & Shea Butter Skin Recovery Savanna Morning - 8 oz. (235 mL) Alaffia Body Lotion Neem & Shea Butter Skin Recovery Savanna Morning combines their hand pressed neem oil with their certified fair trade, unrefined shea butter and neem leaf extract. This maximum hydrating and healing formula restores skin's natural luminosity. For dry to extra dry skin What is Shea Butter?Shea Butter is the oil from the nuts of wild Shea trees (Vitellaria paradoxa - also known as Butyrospermum parkii in the cosmetic industry) scattered throughout the wooded savanna of West and Central Africa. Shea Butter has been used for centuries in Africa and is completely enmeshed within the history and culture of the West African savanna. Shea Butter is mentioned in almost all African historical documents, including a reference as early as Cleopatra's Egypt, which mentions caravans bearing clay jars of Shea Butter for cosmetic use. Funeral beds of kings were carved in the wood of old Shea Trees, and Shea Butter has always been a staple of African pharmacology. Indigenous Knowledge for Skin Care Shea Butter has been used for centuries in Africa as a decongestant, an anti-inflammatory for sprains and arthritis, healing salve, lotion for hair and skin care, and cooking oil. However, the protective and emollient properties of Shea Butter are most valued for skin care. In recent clinical trials, Shea Butter was found to help to protect skin against climate and UV aggressions, prevent wrinkle formation, soothe irritated and chapped skin, and moisturize the epidermis. Shea Butter also enhances cell regeneration and capillary circulation, which helps prevent and minimize stretch marks, inflammations, and scarring. Why Unrefined Shea Butter?Handcrafted, unrefined Shea Butter contains the maximum amount of healing and moisturizing properties.

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George Obeng Brown Keep and Preserve Side Table

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- By George Obeng, this handsome end table conveys the beauty of West African tradition. The circular table is crafted of native sese wood with wave motifs carved into the borders. The base depicts an adinkrasymbol known as Pempamsie in the Twi language. It means "to keep and preserve." The symbol encourages careful planning but warns against procrastination. "It is a symbol of precaution and readiness," the artisan says - Features a rustic, rugged finish - Hand-crafted item - color, size and motify may vary slightly

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Treinspoor 2012 750ml

This wine is from South Africa, Coastal Region region, Swartland sub-region. The new generation of South African winemakers is promoting indigenous varietals and the quality of their terroir. In particular, Eben Sadie has become both curator and champion for old vines in the Swartland region of South Africa. Although just 40, Eben is one of the region’s most experienced winemakers in his 20’s, he was hired by Charles Back to start up The Spice Route which he left after founding his eponymous property in 1999. Eben has carved out an enviable reputation for his Columella and Palladius estate bottlings, which are produced from seven leased vineyards which he farms himself. In the cellar Eben lets nature run its course spontaneous natural fermentation uses gravity to transfer his wines from vat to bottle and ages his wines in neutral wood. The reds age in large foudres for 24 months and the whites in barrel for 24 months. The m o s t h a n d s - o n a s p e c t t o E b e n ’ s winemaking is at harvest when he and his team individually sort the hand-picked berries. Eben’s patchwork approach to vineyard selection is reflective of his winemaking philosophy find the oldest vines that produce fruit representative of terroir. His 17 acre estate, of which half are bush vines and half trellised, is dry-farmed and planted on the gentle slopes of the region to a variety of soil types ‒ granite, slate, clay, sandstone, gravel and quartz. After almost ten years of making his estate wines, Eben was ready for a new project and in 2009, introduced a bevy of small-production, single-vineyard wines sourced from Swartland’s oldest vines. For this lineup, the whites were whole-bunch pressed, fermented in a combination of concrete eggs and large foudres and bottled after 10 months; the reds were bottled after 11 months. Eben keeps the wines sur lie through elevage so that he only has to add sulfur once, just prior to bottling..

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Palladius 2011 750ml

This wine is from South Africa, Coastal Region region, Swartland sub-region. The new generation of South African winemakers is promoting indigenous varietals and the quality of their terroir. In particular, Eben Sadie has become both curator and champion for old vines in the Swartland region of South Africa. Although just 40, Eben is one of the region’s most experienced winemakers in his 20’s, he was hired by Charles Back to start up The Spice Route which he left after founding his eponymous property in 1999. Eben has carved out an enviable reputation for his Columella and Palladius estate bottlings, which are produced from seven leased vineyards which he farms himself. In the cellar Eben lets nature run its course spontaneous natural fermentation uses gravity to transfer his wines from vat to bottle and ages his wines in neutral wood. The reds age in large foudres for 24 months and the whites in barrel for 24 months. The m o s t h a n d s - o n a s p e c t t o E b e n ’ s winemaking is at harvest when he and his team individually sort the hand-picked berries. Eben’s patchwork approach to vineyard selection is reflective of his winemaking philosophy find the oldest vines that produce fruit representative of terroir. His 17 acre estate, of which half are bush vines and half trellised, is dry-farmed and planted on the gentle slopes of the region to a variety of soil types ‒ granite, slate, clay, sandstone, gravel and quartz. After almost ten years of making his estate wines, Eben was ready for a new project and in 2009, introduced a bevy of small-production, single-vineyard wines sourced from Swartland’s oldest vines. For this lineup, the whites were whole-bunch pressed, fermented in a combination of concrete eggs and large foudres and bottled after 10 months; the reds were bottled after 11 months. Eben keeps the wines sur lie through elevage so that he only has to add sulfur once, just prior to bottling..

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Grand Wine Cellar
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