This Fair Trade bowl has been hand-woven by women in Bangladesh using sustainable jute and natural dyes. Traditional weaving styles using backstrap looms create this contemporary design. As this item is handmade there may be slight variations in size and colour. Diameter approx. 350mm, height approx. 200mm.
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The Dharma Door works with and supports Fair Trade producer partners around the world to build sustainable solutions to poverty through trade. Working primarily with women in developing countries, The Dharma Door supports traditional artisan techniques and aims to improve access to skills training, education and healthcare which will lead to general improvements and development for a whole community. Equally important is The Dharma Door’s commitment to choosing materials and products from sustainable sources.
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