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  1. '2CV Acadiane' recycled car

    Hand painted recycled car. Learn More
  2. 'Vespa' recycled bike
  3. Big Nose and Lips Spectacle Stand

    Azeem's story is the perfect example of some of the work that Asha does to help it's artisan groups. Asha provided a business counselor to Azeem to help him in day to day operations as he took over his uncle's business to keep it going after his sudden death. Azeem was counseled the process of production, handling cash flow, and designing new products. He was advised on how to manage orders, timely delivery, managing artisans, as well as his responsibility to the family of the late Mr. Rafique and the expectations of buyers in the international market. Learn More
  4. Big Nose Spectacle Stand, Aluminium
  5. Big Nose Spectacle Stand, Sheesham Wood

    Big Nose spectacle stand. Handcarved sheesham wood from India. Have you ever been looking for your spectacles only to be reminded that they are on your nose? Well here is a sheesham wood spectacle stand in the shape of a big nose where you can put your glasses when you are not wearing them. Whether you are wearing them or not, the nose is the place for your spectacles. Learn More
  6. Cheeky Cat Measuring Tape
  7. Chrome plated brass compass

    Includes soft black pouch. Learn More
  8. Coloured Pencils Pen Holder
  9. Conserve pencil case reclaimed tyre tube with blue
  10. Crochet Tape Measure, Little Fishy
  11. Decorative White Brass Magnifying Glass
  12. Desktop Perpetual Calendar with Elephant Motif

    This fun, innovative desk calendar features an elephant print on mango wood. Hand carved from mango wood, a strong dense and distinctively coloured wood abundant in India. Learn More
  13. Forty Year Calendar Box
  14. Hand carved Money Bank with Secret Lock
  15. Heart Shaped Kisii Stone Dish, Red

    Bosinange deals with a variety of high quality soapstone carving products. It promotes fair-trade and social justice through increasing market opportunities, promoting equal working opportunities among men & women, discouraging child labour, increasing employment opportunities, and ensuring workers get a fair price. The group offers training opportunities, free tools and raw materials, and also provides its workers with free medical care. Learn More
  16. Kangaroo Money Box
  17. Lady Bird Pencil Sharpener

    Cute ladybird pencil sharpener made from alistoniya wood and hand painted. Learn More
  18. Large 100 Year Brass Calendar
  19. Lucky Elephant Paper Clip
  20. Mango Wood Pen Holder with Hand Carved Moustache

    This fun and quirky moustache topped pen/pencil holder will bring a smile to anyone's face. Made by ASHA in India Learn More
  21. Mango Wood World Timer
  22. Money Box Cat
  23. Money Box Hippo
  24. Nautical Set in Brass and Wood Case
  25. Owl measuring tape

    Measures 150cm in tape length Learn More
  26. Paper Clip - Treble Clef
  27. Pensive Cat Paper Clip
  28. Piggy Shape Wrist Rest
  29. Re-cycled Paper Pencil Holder
  30. Recycled Can Model Vintage Bike

    Bezalila has 18 workshops, providing Fair Trade employment to formerly impoverished artisans in crafts such as weaving, woodwork, bone carving, and modelling recycled tin cans, called Kapoaka in Madagascar. With the profits generated by the workshop, they have bought rice fields, and have established a pig-breeding farm. Learn More
  31. Recycled Car Tyre Mouse Pad
  32. Recycled Tin Can Acoustic Guitar
  33. Recycled Tin Can VW Campervan

    A handmade VW campervan made from recycled tin cans. Learn More
  34. Recycled Tyre Pen Holder
  35. Set of 10 lead pencils made from recycled news
  36. Set of 10 Twig Pencils
  37. Set of 4 Paisley Design Printing Blocks
  38. Sheesham wood Magnifying Glass
  39. Sliced Coloured Pencils Pen/Pencil Holder

    Did you know a typical pencil can write up to 45,000 words? These pencils didnt quite get that far but instead of ending up in land fill have been made into these pen holders. From India. Learn More
  40. Stamp Set of 9 Mini Printing Blocks In Display Box

    Your blocks can be washed with soapy water and a non abrasive scrubbing brush. Always wash your blocks after every use, if you are using acrylic based paints, you must wash the paint off the blocks within an hour. Never leave your blocks soaking in water as this will disfigure the intricate carved printing designs and will cause warping in the wood. Learn More

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