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Cleanse and deodorise the air Reduce the symptoms of allergies and ease coughing. Salt candles purify air through the power of hygroscopy, meaning that they attract water molecules from the surrounding environment then absorb those molecules – as well as any foreign particles they may be carrying – into the salt crystal. This means they can reduce the symptoms of allergies and ease coughing.
Made from 100% Himalayan salt. Cleanse and deodorise the air Can reduce the symptoms of allergies and ease coughing. The fire bowl salt lamp contains individual chunks of salt that are placed inside a salt bowl that contains a bulb. It provides an attractive and effective array of light. It looks great in all areas of the home and is made from 100% himalayan salt. Cleanse and deodorise the air Salt lamps purify air through the power of hygroscopy, meaning that they attract water molecules from the surrounding environment then absorb those molecules – as well as any foreign particles they may be carrying – into the salt crystal. This means they can reduce the symptoms of allergies and ease coughing.
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Gifts & Crafts for sale online in Zambia

Zambian curios are made by skilled craftspersons from all corners of the country. Zambian handicrafts include pottery, metalworking, sleeping mats, reed mats, basketry, jewellery, African printed fabrics, African batiks and Chitenge cloth. Materials used are hardwood, semi-precious stones, gold, ornamental malachite, copper, fibre, animal skins, paints and reeds. Art and craft items are sold at specialised cultural villages throughout Zambia like Kabwata Cultural Village, Pakati Sunday Market, The Henry Tayali Visual Arts Centre, Kitwe’s Chisokone Curio Market. Products include items such as woven bags, ashtrays, traditional stools, miniature elephants, rhinos, and zebras carved out of a hardwood. Mukuni Park Curio Market Crafts on offer are indigenous artefacts, carvings of human figurines, animals, leather goods, beadworks, drums, spears and walking sticks. Traditionally made pots and baskets. Basketry, practised by both the men and the women is widespread. They are made: bamboo, liana vines, roots, reeds, grasses, rushes, papyrus palm leaves, bark and sisal. They are decorated with symbolic designs using traditional dyes made from different coloured soils, roots, bark and leaves.