Takem Anyi is a fashion designer based in the south West Region. She has been selling her products on cameroongallery.com for quite some time now. She uses mostly African fabric such as the toghu and Ankara, to accessorize her designs to suit a more contemporary taste. One of such designs is the hair fascinator. They […]

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Back packs have existed have existed since the dawn of time. In 1938 Gerry Outdoors invented the first back pack with zippers and it was considered as a new form of modern backs packs. By then back packs were still primarily used for hiking and alpine recreation. Since then there has been tremendous evolution in […]

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Tannery is the art of working on skin to make leather. Very early in the morning, the environment fills up with artists of another kind and becomes confusing. Saturated fermentation vats filled with water of various colours. The smell is strong and there are chemical scents. They come from the decomposition of animal skins. The […]

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Integration by definition is the amalgamation and blending to different sector of activities, using the same prior knowledge. This is the only word use to describe the blending action of Mr. Nkolo Samuel Jaftet. Samuel by nature of origin is a Carpenter in nature, and has been an activity handed down to him from his […]

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In the African culture, every article that was locally made by the ancestors have a story behind them. These articles have real stories that can be traced from the first users of the articles. That is today, most of the craft articles we have today symbolize a well-defined lineage. Civilization has been the only way […]

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Being a regional manager at Cameroon Gallery demands being on the field almost all the time to meet with artisans and interact with them. This interaction permits the creation of an atmosphere of trust between the manager and the artisan. The regional manager interacts with many artisans to build up a trustworthy relationship with every […]

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Florence Njitoh Ndeh, popularly known as Fin Zoe is a crafts artist based in Limbe. She is well known for her arts through her colorful designs. She mostly uses the Ankara material to incorporate the prints to her products to make them have a more beautiful and original African look. It makes her style more […]

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Cameroongallery.com: A backpack made from mixed colorful toghu fabric materials to give it more beauty and style. This backpack is designed and fabricated by Tchindé Marcial Merlin. He uses cotton and leather to make it more durable. The backpack can be used by both men and women, including kids. It can also be used for […]

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For about two years now, this pretty hat has been a wall decor for many people. Whether it is a single piece or a collection, it can now be found everywhere, in all colors and sizes. You may be wondering where this beautiful natural juju hat originates from. This article traces the origin of the […]

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Different people from different part of the world have their various definition of who or what a supporter is all about, so too do the royalties of Nkolandom. Nkolandom is a small chiefdom in Cameroon, precisely in the South region and found right at the heart of the region. It is believed in recent years […]

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Cameoongallery.com is Cameroon’s first e-commerce website, which aims at bringing the country’s original arts and crafts to the world through its platform. Its offices are found in Yaounde, Douala, Ebolowa, Garoua and in the South West Region, it is found in Limbe at the Regional Handicraft Center opposite the mile 4 motor part. For over […]

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In this edition of our series on Cameroon Gallery artists, we will be featuring Mrs Ngakou Amy, an artisan from the North West region who specializes in bead making. Our regional manager for Douala Batupe Zora recounts her story while describing the registration process of this artist to the Cameroon Gallery platform. Cameroon Gallery is […]

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