Beaded South African Flag.
The Beaded SA Flag Pin is one of the most widely recognized African Beadwork products available in South Africa. This pin-on broach is used in the Corporate Industry to pin onto clothing and backpacks. They can also be carded with company logo's and wording added, we also custom make this small beaded flag to include company colors or foreign country flag colors.
Rural Zulu woman are some of the most highly skilled beadworkers in South Africa, and Zulu Beadwork Jewelry, with beaded necklaces and and beaded bracelets in bright ethnic colors and African designs being admired the world over. Beaded bracelets with the SA Flag design have become a favorite African Corporate Gift.
BEADED SA FLAG CUTLERY.
The beaded South African Flag design has now been incorporated into cutlery with a range of stainless steel teaspoons, cake forks and salad server sets. This beautifully beaded ethnic cutlery with aluminium wire trim is packaged with a corrugated card backing in a cellophane slip.
Enamel tin mugs traditionally used by the rural African population of South Africa, are now being adorned with outstanding beadwork designs, more for gift purposes than actual use. The Beaded SA Flag tin mug adds a true element of belonging in 'The Rainbow Nation'.
Make a bold statement in your office and show your South African pride by providing your office staff with Beaded SA Flag pens. These pens come in a wide variety of African designs and colors and can also be packaged in Zebra and Leopard print slide open boxes.
BEADED SA FLAG JEWELRY.
Beaded SA Flag Jewelry including SA Flag bangles and bracelets, Beaded earrings and SA Flag necklaces are Proudly handmade in South African. See the full range of Beaded Jewelry on our WHOLESALE PRODUCTS CATALOGUE to the left of this page.
With the unprecedented onslaught of cheap Asian imports into South Africa, coupled with the global depression, hundreds of thousands of the South African work force have lost their jobs with little chance of finding another. Your purchase of this African Beadwork provides employment for these impoverished people and is often their sole source of income.