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  • storm rayon trousers
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    Scarf Viscose

    (English) Our stylish new scarf is 200x75cm in viscose  with a fringed edge. It comes in all our new season fabric designs.
    53.00
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  • giraffe scarv
    giraffe scarv
    115.00
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    Carré en soie

    (English) We think we are the first to use silk in bogolan production! Our Georgette silk is imported from India but dyed and painted in the MaliMali studio in Djenné. The scarves are 1.30m square.
    115.00
    115.00
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  • whole bag
    whole bag
    79.00
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    Sac en cuir et bogolan

    (English) This chic and spacious  shoulder bag  has a zipped inside pocket in the lining and two leather inside pockets. Shown here in olive  in the pattern GEOMETRIE .
    79.00
    79.00
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  • bags
    bags
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    3 Sacs Bogolan

    (English) Great all-round bags featuring an Inside zipped Pocket. A selection of three bags in different patterns makes up one unit. Perfect for présents!
    60.00
    60.00
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  • rucksack zebre
    rucksack zebre
    59.00
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    Sac a Dos

    (English) This cute, lightweight  and practical rucksack  features a fine foam padding and is lined in black. It has an exterior pocket and a flap held down with velcro.
    59.00
    59.00
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  • from top
    from top
    135.00
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    Bottes Bogolan

    (English) These boots are  made for walking. And that's just what they'll do. And they will do more. Just buy them and find out just how fab they are! Available in brown/black or black/white bush bogolan with  comfortable leather work, including  leather lining.
    135.00
    135.00
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  • Sophie_wears_ZEBRA_hat_and_coatdress
    Sophie_wears_ZEBRA_hat_and_coatdress
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    chapeau bogolan à larges bords

    (English) Our glamourous wide brimmed bogolan hat is perfect for a summer wedding, or easy to fold up in a suit case and take to sunny climes as a sun hat ! The hat comes in 3 sizes: Large (61cm head measure) Medium (58cm) and Small(55cm) All our garments are produced in Djenne. The prices include Federal Express door to door delivery anywhere in the world. There is a minimum of three items per order. You can choose these from the three shops: clothing, accessories and furnishings
    68.00
    68.00
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  • ann geometrie
    ann geometrie
    60.0072.00
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    Châle

    (English) The Shawl is handwoven and hand painted using  the Bogolan technique in the Mali|Mali studio, using 100% Malian grown cotton. It is 2.m long and 67cm wide with a kotted fringe both ends and can also be used as a table runner. (see the Furnishings shop page). The price include Federal Express door to door delivery anywhere in the world. There is a minimum of three items per order. You can choose these from the three shops: clothing, accessories and furnishings
    60.0072.00
    60.0072.00
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  • rubber neck rings
    rubber neck rings
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    Colliers en caoutchouc

    (English) These rubber necklaces are made by women in Djenne using recycled rubber shoes. They are sold in collections of 20, with 20 matching bracelets.
    76.00
    76.00
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  • neville's pic
    neville's pic
    75.00
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    Bagues de Caoutchouc

    (English) Niaber wears one of the necklaces her mother has made from recycled rubber shoes. It is in fact a collection of individual rings! Each string collection contains 250 rings. . These can be worn as fab necklaces, or taken apart to be used as rings.
    75.00
    75.00
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  • peul earrings a box
    peul earrings a box
    51.0061.00
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    Boucles d’Oreille Peul

    (English) These are the legendary  Mali ear rings, traditionally made from gold and adorning the village women of Mali. We offer a scaled down, lightweight version expertly crafted from brass in Djenne. The earrings come in three sizes: Small: approx 2 cm,  Medium: 3 cm and  and Large: shown on picture.  These elegant earrings come with a gift box made from cow or camel hide.
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    51.0061.00
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  • blue agter on ann
    blue agter on ann
    165.00
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    Collier en Agate et Perles de Verre

    (English) A traditional Malian wedding gift, this beautiful Agate and Bohemian Glass  Bead Seen here in Blue shades, it is also available in various colours. Glass beads from Europe were valued in Africa as they were colourful, rare, not prone to decay in heat or humidity as shells, seeds and nuts are, and easy to use as adornment for nomadic tribes. The beads were traded for gold, ivory, palm oil or slaves. These Bohemian beads were made between 1900 and 1950 and exported mostly to Mali; the pearshaped drops are used as Malian wedding beads.
    165.00
    165.00
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  • bl wh neckl a red
    bl wh neckl a red
    180.00
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    Collier de Perles de Bohême

    (English) This gorgeous Boheman glass necklace is shown in black/white here. It comes in various colour ways and is fastened by a brass clasp. It measures 48cm length. These Bohemian beads were made between 1900 and 1950 and exported mostly to Mali. Glass beads from Europe were valued in Africa as they were colourful, rare, not prone to decay in heat or humidity as shells, seeds and nuts are, and easy to use as adornment for nomadic tribes. The beads were traded for gold, ivory, palm oil or slaves.
    180.00
    180.00
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  • black agate on ann
    black agate on ann
    185.00
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    Collier Agate

    (English) The Agate necklace is a traditional Malian wedding gift, often part of a young bride's dowry. It is  most elegant and translates easily into a stunning, contemporary piece of jewellery.  The agate comes from Idar Oberstein in Germany. Untill about the mid 18th century they had a mine in that area, when that was emptied they started importing stones from Urugay and Brazil, as they do untill now. Glass beads from Europe were valued in Africa as they were colourful, rare, not prone to decay in heat or humidity as shells, seeds and nuts are, and easy to use as adornment for nomadic tribes. The beads were traded for gold, ivory, palm oil or slaves.
    185.00
    185.00
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