AS'ART | a sense of crafts

Panier artisanal africain, du Kenya. En fibre végétale.
The Banana basket, a sustainable product

The banana Basket In our opinion, ecological and sustainable issues are at the heart of creation. Our Banana basket is certainly the most representative product of this approach: Biodegradable, ecological and resistant! Depending on the regions of the world, different plant fibers…

Participation to the next MAISON&OBJET in January

MAISON&OBJET tradeshow Once again, we are pleased to welcome you to MAISON & OBJET fair, which will be held from January 18th to the 22nd! We will remain in the same sector UNIQUE & ECLECTIC that gathers the best know-how and crafts…

The art of pearls of the ndebele

People of South Africa living in the south east of Pretoria, the Ndebele have developed an art form recognized internationally as an aesthetic and architectural model. The territory of the Ndebeles is located straddling the north of South Africa and Zimbabwe. Women…

Isangwa baskets

Isangwa baskets from Zimbabwe Handcrafted by the Tonga people, the flat baskets called “Isangwa” supports local craftsmanship and preserves know-how that has been passed down for many generations. The Tonga people (or BaTonga) trace their origins back to central Africa. They arrived…

Our unique pieces

Unique & old pieces, our second passion at ASART Since 1991, our core business is African crafts. But, driven by the passion for objects, shapes, materials, we have been collecting ethnographic pieces during our travels in Africa for almost 30 years. These objects…

Basketry made of telephone wire

The art of basketry designed for a contemporary material Contemporary decorative objects honoring African traditions and South African craftsmanship, wire baskets are the result of the delicate braiding of falling telephone wires and copper wires. A form of craftsmanship marking the transition…

Traditionnal armchair from Malawi

Malawi ratan armchairs are known for their comfortable seating and exotic style. These are handcrafted by craftsmen from Southern Malawi villages passing on their know-how from generation to generation. However they dont have enough ressources to sell their products through platforms. Assisted…

BOLGA LAMP AS’ART BY ATELIER YM

BOLGA lamp was born in 2018 from the meeting bewteen AS’ART team and Yann Mirada from Atelier YM. Former Photographer,Yann Mirada is interested in the object. The desire to create a tangible work guides his conversion to a new mode of expression.…

Kisii stone from Kenya

The Kisii stone fields are located in Nyanza Province, western Kenya. It is also called soapstone although it contains very little talc. It is mainly composed of kaolinite, sericite and pyrophyllite. In its raw state, the Kisii stone is cream-colored with variations…

Exhibition, uDoli, Jane Bedford’s dolls

AS’ART invites you to an exceptional exhibition. It was during her youth that Jane Bedford fell in love with South African culture and its iconic objetcs. Through photography, painting and beadwork, she has developed  an exacerbated sense of color. She gave birth…

Spring sales at AS’ART

From 20 – 28, April, we organize a great sales event for Spring season! This clearance will help us welcoming new products soon and let you enjoy from very attractive prices on african decoration products: Flat basketry, soap stone sculptures, telephone wire…

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75002 Paris
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