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  1. Recycled Sari and Jute Basket

    Regular Price: $49.95

    Special Price $35.00

    A beautiful and versatile basket with handles, combining the natural beauty of jute with recycled saris. From the skilled artisans of CORR - The Jute Works, Bangladesh. Learn More
  2. Set of 2 Hogla Baskets

    Regular Price: $49.95

    Special Price $30.00

    A great storage solution, in a handy set of two - these baskets with handles are made from durable, natural hogla fibre. Learn More
  3. You & Oxfam Keepcup Pink
    $19.95

    Using the Oxfam Keep cup means reducing the use of disposable cups. There is enough plastic in 28 disposable cups and lids to make an Oxfam KeepCup. And did you know that 500 billion disposable cups are manufactured globally every year; that's about 75 disposable cups for every single person on the planet. Reduce disposable waste with the Oxfam Keep cup. Made in Australia Learn More
  4. Oxfam 'fair' Keep cup

    Regular Price: $15.95

    Special Price $10.00

    Shaped to fit into most car cup holders and many bicycle bottle holders these handy trendy cups been tested to 1,000 uses. When espresso based coffee is made in your Keep Cup the crema remains intact with the correct portion of milk to coffee. Keep Cups are lightweight, easy to carry and have low embodied energy in manufacture. Learn More
  5. Ceramic Paper Cup - Large
    $14.95

    This fabulous cup comes from Thimi, a Nepalese village famous for its ceramic production in Nepal where the local potters (Prajapatis) still use traditional pottery techniques which have been handed down through generations. Made from red clay (ratomato), a natural clay found in the hills of Nepal, non toxic glazes, and fired at high temperatures to ensure superior strength and quality. Learn More
  6. Ceramic Paper Cup - Small
    $6.95

    This fabulous cup comes from Thimi, a Nepalese village famous for its ceramic production in Nepal where the local potters (Prajapatis) still use traditional pottery techniques which have been handed down through generations. Made from red clay (ratomato), a natural clay found in the hills of Nepal, non toxic glazes, and fired at high temperatures to ensure superior strength and quality. Learn More

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