Kashmiri papier-mâché Tiger Masks | Meet Apindra

Kashmiri papier-mâché Tiger Masks | Meet Apindra

February 04, 2022

Papier mâché is an ancient, traditional craft that has existed in India for hundreds of years. Kashmir papier-mâché was introduced to medieval India in the 14th Century by Muslim saint Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani who came across the craft in Persia...

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Ugandan Baskets | Meet Ruth, Topista & The Women Weavers

Ugandan Baskets | Meet Ruth, Topista & The Women Weavers

January 29, 2022

Our Co-founder, Bee, described Uganda as the most beautiful country she's ever had the pleasure of travelling to. Here in a rural village she met with Ruth, the head of a group of incredibly creative weavers...

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Kenyan Baskets & Brooms | Meet Mulli & The Women Weavers

Kenyan Baskets & Brooms | Meet Mulli & The Women Weavers

January 28, 2022

Mulli is one of the fantastic artisans we work with in Kenya. He leads the group of weavers who make some of our Kenyan Baskets, as well as our Kenyan Brooms. We have worked with Mulli for many years now...

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Rwandan Baskets & Light Shades | Meet the Women Weavers

Rwandan Baskets & Light Shades | Meet the Women Weavers

January 23, 2022

In Rwanda, hand-woven baskets are traditionally given to commemorate significant life events such as weddings, births, and graduations as they are the result of hard work and love, sometimes taking many hours...

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Kenyan Jewellery | Meet the Artisans

Kenyan Jewellery | Meet the Artisans

January 23, 2022

Our Kenyan Jewellery is made collaboratively between the fantastic husband and wife team, Anton and Benta as well as skilled artisans that are part of a Fair Trade social enterprise in Mombasa, Kenya...

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South African Basotho Khotso Blankets | Meet Aranda

South African Basotho Khotso Blankets | Meet Aranda

January 22, 2022

Established in 1953, Aranda is the oldest blanket manufacturer in South Africa. Known for producing high-quality, traditional style blankets that last the test of time. A household name in South Africa...

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Indian Indigo Textiles | Meet Nitesh & His Team

Indian Indigo Textiles | Meet Nitesh & His Team

January 21, 2022

Since 2004, Nitesh and his team have been dedicated to preserving the traditional art of block printing, as well as the use of natural indigo dye and traditional rug weaving.

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Indian Block Printed Textiles | Meet the Artisans

Indian Block Printed Textiles | Meet the Artisans

January 21, 2022

Back in 2017, our Co-Founders Amy & Bee travelled to India and met some incredibly talented craftsmen and craftswomen and learned about some of the country's most ancient craft techniques...

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BRASS CASTING IN GHANA | MEET GEORGE KOFI

BRASS CASTING IN GHANA | MEET GEORGE KOFI

December 01, 2021

George is in charge of the group who make our beautiful brass hooks and knockers. He is based in the crazy, busy and fast moving capital of the Ashanti Region called Kumasi...

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Malian Mud Cloth | Meet Jean Pierre

Malian Mud Cloth | Meet Jean Pierre

August 26, 2021

Also known as Bògòlanfini or bogolan, Mud Cloth is a beautifully textured Malian cotton fabric traditionally dyed with fermented mud. The fabric is very important in traditional Malian culture and has more recently become a symbol of...

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Luxury Pet Accessories | Meet Hiro + Wolf

Luxury Pet Accessories | Meet Hiro + Wolf

August 20, 2021

Hiro + Wolf was founded by Accessories designer Amy Fleuriot-Reade and animal lover Bee Friedmann in 2010 before launching their first collection of colourful pet accessories in 2013. Fabrics for Hiro + Wolf’s colourful collection of pet accessories...

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Recycled Glass Jewellery Collection | Meet the Artisans

Recycled Glass Jewellery Collection | Meet the Artisans

June 04, 2021

Our recycled glass jewellery collection focuses around beautifully unique recycled glass beads that our Head of Adventure, Bee, discovered during a sourcing trip to Ghana. Each bead is framed...

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