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Saturday, August 20, 2011

NHARO: Home to Indigenous Art (Www.Nharo.com)

Via: NHARO.com Click Photos to Enlarge!



I was on the Danforth (543 Danforth Ave) in Toronto earlier today and I came across a gem in the city that sells Indigenous Art from all across Africa, with a uniqueness to specific cultures that they trade with exclusively for items that you wouldn't typically find in a store of similar fashion. NHARO just seemed to carry items that were crafted, carved and woven by master artisans, and the quality spoke to me.



The customer service was phenomenal (her name was Irene) she was extremely friendly and rendered historical information about the pieces, there qualities and materials, I was impressed and enlightened about what I was buying.

You walk in and immediately you see this mother and child.



You step in and your eyes dart around the place, the art is phenomenal.



Almost Life Like Quality







The piece that interested me was a piece carved by the Shona of Zimbabwe, more specifically carved by an artisan named Gabriel Tigere Tandi of Zimbabwe, its made of Serpentine stone. She's made in the likeness of a Zulu Warrior, her head dress conveys a status. The material is a very hard stone that's confirmed to come from a 6 million year old quarry of mountain stone. It's absolutely phenomenal!





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