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Kapok fruits from Nigeria (Ceiba pentandra)

Kapok fruits from Nigeria (Ceiba pentandra)


Kapok fruits from Nigeria (Ceiba pentandra)


Our search for natural & ecologically responsible products brought us to a few Nigerian families, which sells beautiful natural decorations of plants, seeds, shells & animal residues (sheep horns)

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The Kapok tree is one of the largest trees in the rainforest. The pod of this tree is a kind of cotton pod which is dried completely in a natural way. It in beige to light brown in colour.

From today on we have beautiful products from Nigeria in our collection. For decoration like nuts, beans, seeds and plants. They can be used perfectly and will give your room a fantastic look. Together with other natural products such as horns, these ecologically harvested products are well-known and are a true art object in your room. All products have been created by reuse and were destroyed otherwise, now all products get a second life and go dry for decades.

Nigeria, officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a country in the west of Africa. It is located on the South Atlantic Ocean (Gulf of Guinea). The neighboring countries are Benin, Niger, Chad and Cameroon. Since December 12, 1991, Abuja is the capital. For that reason, the port city of Lagos had that function. Nigeria became independent from the United Kingdom on October 1, 1960. There are many different languages spoken in the country including Hausa, Ibo and Yoruba, with administrative language and common language language in English.