Bazaar Berlin kicks off in style

Berlin, 08.11. 2023

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The day has finally arrived.

Bazaar Berlin, (08.11 to 12.11 2023), finally opened its doors to the public today.

One of the mega events organised by Messe Berlin is a platform for manufacturers, traders and the general public to taste the ingenuity of handicraft producers from well over 60 countries around the world.

At the 2023 Bazaar Berlin, around 500 manufacturers and traders will showcase a variety of unique goods from countries of Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Arab World.

Bazaar Berlin has transformed itself since its inception over 60 years ago  into a  lively and sensual place where, according to the organizers, “shopping becomes a gift”.

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The West African country of Burkina Faso will be presenting its world acclaimed women’s sculptures, the typical Bronze Art with the “highest expensiveness.”

© Weltladen A Janela

The Burkinabe craft of bronze casting, a virtuoso combination of the soft and malleable properties of wax with the hardness and simplicity of bronze, has a long tradition in Burkina Faso.

© Weltladen A Janela

The unique bronze works are being perfected by ADAMA and ZACHARIA through refinement and concentration on the element of movement – a classic and contemporary craft.

From Ghana comes Red eye-catchers – shoes, bags and baskets by SD Seidabz Enterprise.

This Ghanaian company are noted for their innovative and eye-catching unusual designs.

Photo Credit: SOLOKO

Visitors at Bazaar Berlin will discover that SD Seidabz products are not just accessories, but could be described as an expression of artistry.

“Each product is meticulously handcrafted to stand out and contrast with the ordinary.

Photo Credit: SD Seidabz Enterprise

“Starting with the vision of rethinking the design of shoes and bags, we take great pride in our products, which are creative, high quality and individual,” says Seidabz Dabone`of SD Seidabz Enterprise.

Visitors at Bazaar Berlin seeking to explore the rich culture of Kenya should do well to visit the satands of Adega Creations.

Adega Creations are offering authentic African bags and baskets, Christmas ornaments as well as African home decorations made of soapstone and wood carvings.

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As part of its social responsibility, Adega Creations pursues the goal of fighting poverty through education.

The company therefore sponsors numerous students education and vocational training, especially orphans in the village where the sisters grew up

© Adega Creations

“It is our pride to see lives of young ones change through education and artists able to support their families through our collaboration,” emphasizes Margeret Ogembo of Adega Creations.

For lovers of modern home and fashion accessories, the place to be at 2023 Bazaar Berlin is SOLOKO stand located at Palais on the Berlin Exhibition Grounds.

Soloko products are handcrafted by talented crafts people under what the company calls “social and fair conditions” in Ghana combining the beauty of Ghanaian handicrafts with the aesthetics of contemporary European design.