Our partners, who employ the artisans making our home goods from Bali, Cambodia and India, are addressing poverty through fair trade while at the same time, keeping cultural art alive. Making these products in an empowering and sustainable way offers dignified work to at-risk women including those who have been trafficked, are HIV+, previously homeless or in oppressive situations. This allows them to earn a living that provides them healthcare, education and basic human needs to which everyone should have access.
Olive wood salad serving set handmade in Kenya and decorated with inlaid batik bone handles. Carving is a tradition in Kenya and an integral part of the Jedando Modern Handicrafts' function is to educate the craftspeople on the need for reforestation to enable the products to be available for years to come and offer a sustainable income for generations.
This two-piece tea light holder handcrafted in remote areas of rural India and made from sustainably harvested mango wood and sheesham. The dynamic balance of the yin yang symbol is elegantly expressed in the dual tone wood pairing and refreshing floral carving.
Size: 6.5" x 6.5" x 7/8"
Handmade by Mayan women in Mexico and perfect for tortillas, snacks or treasures you want to keep covered. The soft green of the native grass will mellow with time into a golden color.
Size: 8"W x 2 1/2"H