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Restorative Woven Bowl – Apricot & Olive

Empowering Women in Rwanda $50.00

Purchasing this gift empowers and employs women in Rwanda and creates a positive impact on the planet by using sustainable materials. This beautiful, multi-purpose decorative bowl can be used for both wall art and table top storage. Style it on a shelf for additional storage in a home office, add it to a coffee table for a globally inspired feel, or use it as a fruit bowl. Display as a stand-alone piece or pair with other baskets to create a wall statement! The hand-stitched loop on the back makes it easy to hang in seconds.

Born from deep respect for the divinity of nature, the Restorative Greens Collection reflects organic living inside and out. Sustainable materials and an ethical collaboration with African artisans brings life to these earthy toned pieces, designed for a regenerative future. Made in an ethical, fair trade environment with the Nest Seal of Transparency. All products are made by hand with love and vary slightly in color and size.

  • Dimensions: Approximately 10.00″ Dia. x 2.50″ D
  • Material: Made from all natural fibers of sisal
  • Care: Spot clean, do not submerge in water. Direct sunlight will cause fading to the natural dyes over time
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Our gifts are handmade by artisans around the globe. As with all handmade products, each has slight variations that make them unique.

Kazi means work. That’s what they create: works of art, that provide steady work, for artisans in Rwanda, Uganda and Ghana. Through business partnerships around the globe, they create high demand for expertly woven goods from skilled artisans because it prevents poverty and raises visibility for their meaningful and striking artistry. Kazi’s work with Nest ensures that wages and practices meet the highest possible standards, evolving with the global marketplace in real time. The fair wage they provide increases income ten-fold in many cases, which then filters into local economies and communities.



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