Yoruba Beaded Chairs are functional artwork thrones traditionally made for kings and queens of the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria. kanju’s Deco Dancing Garden chairs are decorated with thousands upon thousands of tiny glass seed beads applied in strands to compose a floral pattern on a cane chair covered in cotton fabric.
Each individually handmade Yoruba Beaded Chair is crafted by master artisans trained in centuries-old seed beading techniques practiced by the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria and requires three months to produce. kanju’s black and white patterned chairs are available as mix-and-match-sets.
Exquisitely handcrafted from ostrich eggshells; these stunning mosaic African animals are wonderfully unique and appealing. Each individual carving originates from the Karoo region of South Africa. Thousands of fragments of...
The word kanju translates to “creativity born of struggle” or “making more with less.” Nothing could be truer of the exquisite pieces and talented artisans with whom kanju works across the African continent.
Showroom: 154 Glass Street, Suite 102, Dallas, Texas, 75207