Stylish, durable and 100% earth friendly, our jute shopping bags have been handwoven by women working within a Fair Trade program in Bangladesh. These talented women combine traditional weaving styles using wooden looms with contemporary designs and natural materials. The bags feature strong handles made of the same handwoven material.
Material: Jute - a sustainable plant and natural dyes.
Kenyan wood carvers unlock the story of Noah's Ark from jacaranda in this uniquely styled, handmade wooden sculpture.
Noah and his wife watch as pairs of giraffes, elephants, rhinos, camels, lions, zebras and crocodiles ascend the detachable ramp into the ark's door, which opens and closes. The lid can be removed for storage of the small pieces. Sold as a set.
Size: 12"L x 5.5"W x 7.5"T
Materials: Jacaranda wood, paint
Avni Leather Journal
This ethically sourced leather journal celebrates the classic look and feel of vintage, soft leather. Undergoing a multi-step process that includes vegetable tanning, oiling, waxing, sanding, and rolling, this leather ends up with a distressed finish that brings out the beauty of the leather and has a soft, textured feel. This journal also features a stitched spine design, deckled edge sheets, button tab closure, and 96 pages of 100% tree-free recycled cotton paper. Measures 5" x 7"
How it's made
In a vegetarian region of Rajasthan, India, the cultural art of leather craft and tooling is inherited through the generations. Cows are revered here, and hides are obtained only after an animal dies of old age or natural causes. Our leather is tanned using a vegetable tanning method, which protects the environment and tannery workers from toxic chemicals. Artisans then use water-based dyes or oils to color the leather. With a set of hand tools, each artisan applies love and skill to cutting, stitching, embossing and embroidering our leather journals, bags, and accessories.
Our 100% recycled cotton paper is made by artisans in Rajasthan, India, following a generations-old process. First, discarded cotton scraps are collected from the textile industry. Cotton is broken down into fibers using a traditional wheel press and then soaked overnight. Next, the pulp is strained, pressed into pages and hung to dry. After ironing, crisp pear goes either into journals or into the hands of artisans for screen-printing, embroidery or patchwork. The entire process is tree-free, non-toxic, and conserves and filters water for reuse in irrigation.
Hammered Copper Candle
Add a beautiful handmade accent to your home with this Large Hammered Copper Candle. This unscented candle is housed is a unique vessel that can be re-used after burning.
Brass with copper finish
4"W x 3"H
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Travel Chess Game
This mini chess set is made from ethically sourced Indian Rosewood. The game box acts as storage for the hand-carved chess pieces. Please note: this game has small parts. Not suitable for small children.