Spears and Walking Sticks
Made from genuine animal horns (iphondo) or indigenous African hard wood.
Customised Artifacts
Made from genuine animal horns (iphondo) or indigenous African hard wood.
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Walking Sticks

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Walking sticks handles are made from genuine animal horns (iphondo) or indigenous African hard wood like Iron, Tamboti, lead, teak African rosewood, wild olive and kiaat.

We either make them plain or carved polished to enhance their natural beautiful grain and scent

Spears

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A SPEAR is called Ixhwa or Ikhwa originally designed by Ilembe inkosi uShaka Zulu around 1812, spear handles are made from genuine animal horns (iphondo) or indigenous African hard wood like Iron, Tamboti, lead, teak African rosewood, wild olive and kiaat.

We either make them plain or carved polished to enhance their natural beautiful grain and scent.

Dairies and Pens

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