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Bee Wreath Robe


ONCE A citizen of South Af- rica, Cathy Deale, president of Jacaranda Living, was inspired to bring hand embroidered products of the Zulu women to the U.S. market. Armed with a basket and some samples from her South African friends, Deale walked into a few shops in Bos- ton and received her fi rst order for hand towels and more. “I was even more delighted when these shops called to reorder,” she adds. Since its launch in 2004, Jacaranda Living has expanded its South African inspired and manufactured product lines to bed and bath linens, ladies cotton sleepwear, and even em- broidered baby clothing. “Most of our products continue to be made in South Africa, but we are also looking to collaborate with manufacturers in India and China as well,” notes Deale.


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a product that stood out and was a great success at this year’s New York Gift Show, the waffl e weave bathrobe. Available plain or with an embroidered Bee Wreath, this bathrobe was inspired by Jaca- randa Living’s guest towels, the


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