Mother's Day Gift Ideas from Luangisa
Mother’s Day is right around the corner. At Luangisa, we have you covered with a selection of curated finds sourced directly from African artisans. Read on for some of our selections, and check even more selections at Luangisa.com.
Mother's Day Gifts from Luangisa African Gallery
Wine Holders: Gift Mom with a nice bottle of wine and a wine holder from Luangisa. Our beautifully-made wine holders are made out of 100% Tanzanian Kitenge Fabric by Maasai women artisans in Tanzania. They are also offered in a variety of colors -- with no two being the same, making it a truly special gift.
Tote Bags: Give mom a fashionable and reusable tote bag for Mother’s Day. Some favorites include the durable Maasai Shuka bag made by the Masai people of East Africa, Recycled Dhow Bag made from 100% Tanzanian cotton, and our Tie-Dye Tote Bags also made from 100% Tanzanian cotton handmade in Tanzania by Jane a single mother of 4 four children, to name a few options.
Apron Kitenge Patch: Give mom a beautifully crafted apron made by women artisans in Tanzania made using fabric worn and found in East Africa, West Africa and Central Africa. These authentic hand sewn kitenge patch aprons are completely lined and feature large front pocket and long adjustable ties around neck & waist. These beautiful gifts ensure that each patch is hand picked and no two aprons are the same.
Earrings: Mom will love the collection of beaded earrings from Luangisa, such as the Duara Beaded Earrings, Mwamvuli Beaded Earrings, and the Pindo Beaded Earrings -- all made by women artisans in Tanzania.
Namji Dolls: A gift that Mom will treasure forever! Our Namji dolls are beautifully created by the Fulani Artisans in Cameroon -- with no two being exactly alike. Namji dolls have been used as good luck charms in ritual practices, as amulets and have been treasured as family heirlooms. We offer an extensive variety of styles, sizes and colors in our collection that are special and meaningful.
Looking for more special finds? Visit https://luangisa.com to discover even more curated finds from Africa.