African Kitchenware at Tango Zulu

Our collection of handmade African kitchen and dining ware continues to expand. We have beautiful fair trade olive wood salad servers and other handmade olive wood utensils from Kenya, most with cow bone handles. We also have solid olive wood sporks, spoons, and spatulas from Tunisia. All of our olive wood items are fair trade, high quality, practical, and lovely. Additionally, we carry solid bone batik appetizer forks, spoons, and spreaders from Kenya, as well as bone-handled ebony salad serving sets.

Another kitchen and dining product we are proud to carry is the Tanzania fruit basket. It measures about 11″ in diameter, is dyed in striking patterns, and is only $11.99. This handsome handwoven African basket is perfect for holding apples and other produce (I keep my garlic and onions in one at my home). For more African fruit baskets, look at our selection of Bolga baskets in the fruit and flower basket section.  We’ll soon add Fulani baskets in this category.

Our handmade ceramic mugs from Tunisia, as pictured here, are now favorites at Tango Zulu. We have an assortment of  handmade and hand painted Tunisian ceramic dishes and trays as well.  These beautiful Tunisian ceramic dishes are dishwasher safe and toxin free.

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***This blog has been retired as of 1/1/2013. We invite you to follow us at http://tangozuluimports.blogspot.com.*** This blog is about the products and business practices of Tango Zulu Imports, a small fair trade company in historic Port Gamble, Washington. We carry an array of artisan products from developing countries, with a specialty in African baskets.
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