After the Rwandan genocide in 1994, women came together in weaving cooperatives to provide for their families. Their exquisite woven bowls and baskets come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and designs, and share a beautiful story of healing. Products are made with fibers from agave leaves dyed in the colors of your choice. Customization options are endless and can be tailored to your company’s specific needs.
Our Guatemala collection features exquisite handmade leather goods with an emphasis on functionality. Each product has all the right pockets, sleeves, and cord holders for whatever your needs may be. Products can be completely customized including the option to heat-press your company logo into the leather.
The beautiful embroidery technique, Shakhrisabz Iroqi, used in our Uzbekistan products, is one of the most intricate and can be traced back to the 17th century. The technique can only be sewn by hand and uses pure silk thread. Detailed embroidery makes it possible to create just about any logo or design you’re looking for.
Products from our Ugandan artisan groups include handmade jewelry and up-cycled cow horn goods. Jewelry is made with locally-sourced clay and indigenous seeds, and can be customized based on your preferences including matching beads to the exact colors of your logo.
The horn of Ankole cattle is normally discarded, however, our artisans have found a way to up-cycle horn into beautiful products including vases, bowls, tumblers, and more.
Made in the heart of New Delhi with recycled materials, our India collection supports an eco-friendly mission. These canvas, leather, and embroidered bags come in all shapes and sizes and can be entirely customized to your company’s needs including digital printing or embroidering your logo.
Our Peru collection comes from artisans in Cusco where traditional weaving has been passed down for generations. Products are made with wool and can be made to the size, shape, and color specifications of your choosing.
Morocco is known for its rich culture of art and design. Our artisans have been creating high-quality pottery for decades using traditional Moroccan techniques. They have maintained Safi and Fassi styles while adapting designs to fit current Western aesthetics. Shape, color, and pattern can all be customized.