Bahama Hand Prints
Bahama Hand Prints was established in Nassau, Bahamas in 1966 by artists Helen Astarita and Berta Sands.
Today, Bahama Hand Prints is a small factory and boutique where the tradition of screen-printing by hand continues under the ownership of Bahamians Linda Brown and Joie Lamare. They purchased the company in 2001.
While the signature style of Bahama Hand Prints began with Helen and Berta, it continues to evolve today under the direction of Master Printer and Designer Dylan Rapillard. From the printing table, the fabric is used to create garments and accessories, which are developed in-house, crafted by the talented sewing team, and introduced as a new collection each Fall.
Bahama Hand Prints is located on Ernest Street, a short drive from Downtown Nassau. It has a unique collection of garments, bags, and home accessories. Visitors are welcome to stop by the factory and watch the printers at work.
Ernest and Mackey Street Nassau Bahamas, Nassau-New-Providence, P.O. Box SS-19043View Larger Map
Best For Whom
- All Ages
- Mature Travellers