Telephone Wire Stripe Bowl (citron)
- The Story
The Zulu people of South Africa are renowned as Africa's finest weavers. During the 1950s Zulu weavers discovered a new material to replace grass in their woven izimbenge [beer pot covers], thin wires found inside telephone cables. The bright colour wires gave the weavers a new rich rainbow palette to design their woven creations.
Woven in a stripe / band design using thin telephone wire, the bowl shape is formed using a round object.
An iconic craft / art piece of South Africa, we just love these wire creations! Perfect as a stand-alone piece, group together to create a bright display on a shelf, side table or cabinet; or use it as a pot plant holder.
diameter 20 cm | height 18 cm | weight 0.300 kg
HANDCRAFTED IN SOUTH AFRICA
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WHEN WE DELIVER
Same day dispatch for orders received and paid in full before 11.00am (AEST) Monday to Friday. Outside of this time, your order will be dispatched the following business day.
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