Jan. 6, 2012
-- Eli Weiss, the founder and president of Wildize foundation has handpicked beautiful jewelry and purses and has added them to the African market. The African market has its own section in the online site of the foundation and sells the artwork and sculpture of Africa. It has already been stocked with some amazing stuffs and to further enhance its collection, Eli Weiss has put it up with modern African jewelry.
Eli said that she thoroughly enjoyed selecting the best jewelry pieces for its supporters. The Kwere hairpins and hair comb fascinated her a lot and she is sure that the members too would love them. To complement the style statement, Eli also selected the hand weaved tote bags with standing animal structures. The Amarasti bag of Namibia is a typical example of practical art and is a walking piece of art with a detailed layout of elephants.
However, Eli suggests the members to check out the earrings and says that they should not miss out on them. They are very appealing to the eyes with traditional African animal prints. She suggested that if someone wants to add extra zing to the style statement then one can also go for the beautiful bracelets made out of beads. The buttons with animal prints are also getting good remarks.
The shoowa cloth purses were found to be another attracting items. Eli was very selective in picking up and setting the modern African jewelry as she wanted to give the best to the members of the foundation. She was even more glad because the money which would come from the jewelry would be poured into the projects. The foundation would be adding more items from the African land. The Wildize team expects that the African market would flourish more and through the artwork and sculpture the members would be able to connect with the land.
For more information about African market please visit http://www.wildize.org/market
or call 970-923-1795
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Wildize Foundation is a non-profit African Conservation Organization which funds and supports several African Conservation Projects that are working towards African Community Development and African Wildlife Conservation