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  • Àike Bag Orange

    £85

    Limited Edition

    Inspired by the silhouette of the mythological Oṣè, synonymous with Sango, the Òrìṣà god of thunder, A plush, cushy pelt handle, cross-hatch finish, and Ankara lining make this handmade leather bag ideal for daily pursuits.

    Please note: Variations in the leather and Ankara are a natural characteristic.

  • Àike Bag Red

    £85

    Limited Edition

    Inspired by the silhouette of the mythological Oṣè synonymous with Sango, the Òrìṣà god of thunder, A plush, cushy pelt handle and, embossed snakeskin print finish make this handmade leather bag ideal for daily pursuits.

    Please note: Variations in the leather are a natural characteristic.

  • Jollof Club Tee

    £38

    #JOLLOFCLUB – Exclusive to T Bon Ange

    Our unisex Jollof Club Tee has digitally printed purple and turquoise block font at the front, with T Bon Ange Typography at the back. An homage to this famous African dish!

    The question is…where does the best Jollof come from?

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  • Owodunni Cardholder

    £60

    The Yorùbá say “Owódùnní”– It is enjoyable to be wealthy.

    Molded from the highest quality Italian Calf Leather, possessing a charming Patina.

    Our cardholder depicts a silhouette on one side and a mask logo on the other side. It includes 4 card slots with royal green stitching detail – We fashioned two styles.

    STYLE 1. The Foil finish – this simple touch adds a deep black lustiness and sheen to the aesthetic of the leather.

    STYLE 2. The Natural finish – this is direct to leather embossing, adding a natural matte black aesthetic to the leather.

    Please Note: Variations in the leather are a natural characteristic.

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  • Olola Silk Scarf

    £95

    In Yorùbá, Ọlọla translates as – Royal

    The Olola Silk Scarf. Imprinted onto the finest Silk Twill parading the twin leopards, with gold-tinted shadows and encircled by Vévé symbols.
    Golden tipped corners symbolise the Yorùbá Queen, King, Prince, and Princess, embellished with hand-drawn T Bon Ange typography culminating in a hand-rolled hem.

  • Ganga Bois Cross Pendanti

    £45

    Ganga Bois – The great wood

    Our pendants have been hand carved skillfully from deep, dark African Blackwood and beaded by hand, by the famous Maasai Tribe in Tanzania.

    African Blackwood, which comes from the Mpingo tree, was previously considered an ebony wood. Notoriously difficult wood to work with by hand, it has a rich, vibrant, glow once finished and lacquered.

    Beadwork is mostly done by women who sit aside each other, arranging beads of countless colors and combinations.

    Please Note: Variations in the wood are a natural characteristic.

  • Ganga Bois Cross Pendanti

    £45

    Ganga Bois – The great wood

    Our pendants have been hand carved skillfully from deep, dark African Blackwood and beaded by hand, by the famous Maasai Tribe in Tanzania.

    African Blackwood, which comes from the Mpingo tree, was previously considered an ebony wood. Notoriously difficult wood to work with by hand, it has a rich, vibrant, glow once finished and lacquered.

    Beadwork is mostly done by women who sit aside each other, arranging beads of countless colors and combinations.

    Please Note: Variations in the wood are a natural characteristic.

  • Ganga Bois Stripe Pendanti

    £40

    Ganga Bois – The great wood

    Our pendants have been hand carved skillfully from deep, dark African Blackwood and beaded by hand, by the famous Maasai Tribe in Tanzania.

    African Blackwood, which comes from the Mpingo tree, was previously considered an ebony wood. Notoriously difficult wood to work with by hand, it has a rich, vibrant, glow once finished and lacquered.

    Beadwork is mostly done by women who sit aside each other, arranging beads of countless colors and combinations.

    Please Note: Variations in the wood are a natural characteristic.

  • Ganga Bois Flag Pendanti

    £40

    Ganga Bois – The great wood

    Our pendants have been hand carved skillfully from deep, dark African Blackwood and beaded by hand, by the famous Maasai Tribe in Tanzania.

    African Blackwood, which comes from the Mpingo tree, was previously considered an ebony wood. Notoriously difficult wood to work with by hand, it has a rich, vibrant, glow once finished and lacquered.

    Beadwork is mostly done by women who sit aside each other, arranging beads of countless colors and combinations.

    Please Note: Variations in the wood are a natural characteristic.

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