Monthly Archives: January 2011

Valentine’s Day Gifts

Check out our fair trade fused glass heart necklaces from Chile for a great Valentine’s Day gift.  Felted soap is another sweet gift, as are Zulu baskets, which are traditionally given as wedding presents.  Our line of Shamila jewelry is … Continue reading

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Tanzania Basket Sale

Our Tanzania fruit baskets have been marked down to $11.99 from $14.99 and will remain at the lower price through February.  These African baskets are handmade in Tanzania and come in a variety of patterns and colors.  We also have … Continue reading

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Soapstone Carvings

We have a nice selection of beautiful soapstone carvings from Kenya, like this great soapstone coaster set and the flamingo box pictured here. All of our soapstone carvings are fair trade items, helping support artisans with few options for a … Continue reading

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Port Gamble Events 2011

The 2011 Port Gamble calendar of events is now online, and a printed version is available at most shops.  It looks to be a great year in our little town.   Tango Zulu Imports is offering 10% off all apparel the … Continue reading

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2011 Plans

As 2011 progresses we intend to continue to add to our line of African baskets.   We have as extensive a selection of Bolga baskets as any retailer in the U.S., and are quickly building a fine selection of Zulu baskets.  … Continue reading

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Storage Bolga Baskets Back in Stock

We again have the full range of storage Bolga baskets back in stock.  These African baskets are round, lidded, and come in an array of sizes.  Some have handles on the sides and the lid.  The larger sizes make nice … Continue reading

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Gifts for the Beer Lover

Looking for a unique gift for a beer connoisseur?  Zulu beer baskets are traditionally used to store and transport beer in South Africa.  Our Zulu baskets don’t include the interior paste that would render them completely watertight, so I wouldn’t … Continue reading

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