Painted by hand, dyed using the Batik technique, this vertically-oriented bark-weave cotton wall hanging has a unique herd of elephants and giraffes.
It measures 29.5 inches by 39 inches (75 cm X 1 M).
A method of dyeing fabric where some areas are covered with wax or pastes made of glues or starches to make designs by keeping dyes from penetrating in pattern areas.
Multicolored and blended effects are obtained by repeating the dying process several times, with the initial pattern of wax boiled off and another design applied before dyeing again in a new color.
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Founded by Zimbabwean-born artist, Jeremiah Makaza, this family run business has rapidly grown into a leading international exporter of Zimbabwean-made Sadza Batiks.
Set in the heart of Tynwald Industrial Park in Harare, Zimbabwe, Tonga Textiles is comprised of a dedicated team of artisans.
Through art, the team at Tonga Textiles hopes to make a positive difference in society. Tonga Textiles is a fair-trade company.
Over the years, Tonga Textiles' products have evolved into contemporary pieces, showcasing the true essence of an African lifestyle. Their batiks are unique and every piece is authentic. The process is all hand-made with the goal to exceed customer expectations.
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