|Fijian Coconut Sennit|
Fijians have made sennit weaving into an artform. Both practical and functional, the dried coconut fibers are woven into a rope or cordage
|Fijian Tapa / Masi Fabric|
Have you ever heard of barkcloth? It's a colorful descriptive name for this style of fabric reproducing traditional Fijian motifs.
|Fijian Hau Fibers|
Handicrafters, dancers, and artisans use the hau fibers for costumes, accessories, and creative cultural applications.
|Fijian Tapa Coin Bag|
So stylish that you'll receive compliments and questions as to when you escaped to Fiji.
|Fijian Lauhala Coin Purse|
Understated, elegant and full of cultural pride. This coin purse is handcrafted and woven in Fiji of local lauhala leaves.
|Fijian Tapa Cloth|
Made with traditional tools and the inner bark of the mulberry tree, the tapa cloth has been used throughout the history of the Fijian people.