The Collectors Den Art and Jewelry Gallery Karen Nairobi

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The Collectors Den Art and Jewelry Gallery Karen Nairobi is located at The Karen Green (Ground Floor- Block A), Off Langata Road opposite Hillcrest School. This is an upscale art and jewelry gallery that offers a nice collection of artwork, carvings, jewelry, etc. The Store specializes in Crystal & Engraved Glass products and Exclusive African handicrafts made from wood which include Carved Animals, Salad Set Items, Ebony Crafts, Beaded Items, Soapstone collections, and items made from Bone. Each item is designed and made by hand by the indigenous people of Kenya. Tanzanite and Tsavorite gemstones are also available. The Collectors Den Art and Jewelry Gallery are open from 10 am – 4 pm Monday to Friday and 10 am – 3 pm Saturday.

The Collectors Den Art and Jewelry Gallery Karen Nairobi
The Collectors Den Art and Jewelry Gallery Karen Nairobi

The Collectors Den Art and Jewelry Gallery Karen Nairobi is an upscale art and jewelry gallery is located at The Karen Green (Ground Floor- Block A), Off Langata Road opposite Hillcrest School. The gallery offers a competitively-priced collection of Kenyan souvenirs such as teak and mahogany carved life-sized animals such as giraffes, fine Jewellery, inlaid chests, delicately woven baskets, native musical instruments, fine paintings, and soapstone figurines.

There is also iridescent Tanzanite jewelry, exotic printed fabrics, native musical instruments, paintings, African masks, batiks, safari wear, and pottery. Even non-shoppers enjoy strolling in this fine art gallery. The shore will ship and accepts credit cards.

Nearby is Kazuri Beads (beads and pottery) made by local women’s cooperative. The factory is next door and you can leisurely walk through, and watch how items are made – each step in the process, from the small clay pieces, shaping, painting, firing in the kiln, the glazing, etc.

The two shops are in close proximity to one another and easy to visit should you also be stopping at the Giraffe Center, David Sheldrick, Kazuri Beads, and Karen Blixen Museum.

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