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Craft South Africa : traditional,…

Craft South Africa : traditional, transitional, contemporary

by Susan Sellschop

Other authors: Wendy Goldblatt (Author), Doreen Hemp (Author)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 062029227X, Paperback)

Craft South Africa is a celebration of South Africa's extraordinary wealth of handmade objects and the people who craft them. From elegant traditional water-storage pots made in rural areas to sophisticated silver jewellery fashioned in urban studios, from headdresses that have adorned Zulu maidens for over a century to contemporary tapestries that explore new materials such as safety pins, the tradition of inspired craft remains a visual expression of the communal nature of South African society.

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