Chilean artisans create this small dish from recycled glass bottles and etch it with a pattern of leaves. Perfect for holding small items like coins or jewelry, this amber glass dish measures 4 by 4 inches.
Meet the Artisans
Calypso Chile is a family owned business that operates from the family home. Marcela Cofre and her husband supported their family by making women's shoes until 1994 when the market for shoes dropped dramatically as cheaper imports flooded the market.
After dabbling in various types of crafts, Marcela found a particular talent for glass making, building a sustainable business to support her family as well as the families of others who she has trained to help make glass products, specializing in fashion jewelry. As a member of the WFTO, Marcela operates the business under the auspices of fair trade, ensuring that all of the artisans and craftspeople are paid a fair price for their work.
These 11 inch salad servers are carved from olive wood with a cow bone handle. The patterns on the handles are created by melting wax on the white bone and dipping the handles in a dark dye. Treated with oil they should last a life...
These 11 inch salad servers are carved from olive wood with a cow bone handle. The patterns on the handles are created by melting wax on the white bone and dipping the handles in a dark dye. The intricate carving of the handles gives the...
This set of finger puppets is made from wool by a cooperative of women who live high in the Andes mountains of Peru. Each pieces is approximately 3 inches tall. Meet the Artisans Global Handmade Hope began in 2009 after a trip to Rwanda. With...