Above is a 4 piece Fijian Wedding Gown made of tapa cloth from mulberry leaves. The brown color signifies that it is fit for a king or queen as it is especially made for the blue blood. It is selling for $150 to $250 in Aid of
Fiji Women for Trade Not Aid To Keep Our Children in School. Pictured is Mrs Usa Qalo, 47, owner of Stall Number 75 at the Suva Flea Market. Originally from Korotolu, Moce in Lau, Mrs Qalo, like her Moce Island ancestors, is gifted and talented in tapa making and printing. She now resides with her family at the Tovata Settlement in Suva. Her telephone is +679-9386241, GPO Box 17413. Make your offer and place your order today and contact Mrs Qalo at +679-938-6241 or Mrs Salusalu at +679-739-8950 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to send details of your specifications or ask any questions or express your opnion about the quality of Mrs Qalo's goods and services. We, the Mothers of Fiji aim to make you happy.
Make an offer for this 4 piece Sulu Ni Vakamau (Traditional Fijian Wedding Gown) made of printed tapa for elegance and class and is selling for $140 to $240 In Aid Of
Fiji Women For Trade Not Aid to Keep Our Children in School. Call Mrs Qalo at +679-9386241 or Email email@example.com or Call Mrs Salusalu today at +679-739-8950to make your offer and place your order.
Lavenia, a happy 3 year old trying on her 4 piece Birthday Party Suit made of printed tapa cloth and a lei at Qalo's Handicarft. Selling between $50 and $150 in Aid of
Fiji Women For Trade Not Aid to Keep Our Children In School. Call Mrs Qalo or Mrs Salusalu today or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make your offer and place your order.