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$69.99
jute and cotton wristlet colorful
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$59.99
jute and recycled cotton area rug
Presented by Sonik Sethi, this opulent area rug is inspired by mandalas. Local artisans handcraft the round rug from natural jute and colorful recycled cotton. The jute creates openwork patterns towards the center while the cotton forms colorful, concentric circles. details
$69.99
cotton tote handbag colorful
A group of fifty craftswomen known as the Association of Chajul Women Weavers come together in Guatemala to create beautiful woven bags such as this colorful tote handbag. The multicolored bag is made from 100% cotton with a blue cotton lining and nickel-plated brass rings attached to the braided strap. With a cheerful combination of colors, the artisans say, we want to inspire happiness in our clients. details
$29.99
cotton necktie colorful asaasaa
Crafted of cotton, this colorful necktie is sure to make a statement wherever it goes. Ghana's Michael Butler designs the tie, which features multicolored motifs inspired by African cultured printed on its surface. He names the tie Asaasaa, meaning patches of cloth in Akan. details
$69.99
cotton tote handbag colorful
A group of fifty craftswomen known as the Association of Chajul Women Weavers come together in Guatemala to create beautiful woven bags such as this colorful tote handbag. Woven from 100% cotton, the bag has a purple cotton lining and nickel-plated brass rings attached to the braided strap. With a cheerful combination of colors, the artisans say, we want to inspire happiness in our clients. details
$49.99
wood ornaments colorful tradition
Inspired by the colorful traditions of their country, Guatemalan duo Juan and Carolina create this striking set of four ornaments to add to your home during the holidays. Crafted of pinewood with brass joints, four jolly dangling skeletons in red, white, yellow, and blue are painted by hand with colorful floral motifs. The ornaments arrive in a handy storage bag handwoven of cotton. details
$14.99
cotton wristband bracelets
Artisan Manuela Gomez of Mexico uses a traditional backstrap loom to hand weave this set of three colorful wristband bracelets. Made of cotton, each bracelet has a slightly different combination of bright, vivacious colors in diamond patterns and can be worn singly or together for a fun, layered look. details
$14.99
beaded cotton eyeglasses cord
Read your favorite novels or newspaper in style with this colorful cord for eyeglasses by Thanadol. The Thai artisan adorns the long grey cord with colorful cotton fabric and adds beads made of glass and brass. The length is adjustable with a sliding bead. details
$99.99
cotton shawl lines of my heart
A body of taupe is decorated with colorful line patterns in this beautiful cotton shawl from Mexico. In support of local artisans, the Na Bolom Cultural Association presents the shawl, which is woven by hand on the traditional backstrap loom. Colorful floral embroidery and petite fringes complete the shawl at the ends. details
$84.99
cotton and leather accent shoulder
Thailand's legendary textile artistry comes to life in this elegant handbag from Chirada. Colorful patterns hand-embroidered in cotton recall the uniqueness of hill tribe artistry. They are sewn over woven cotton creating two practical exterior pockets. Inside, the bag is lined in cotton and features three pockets, one with a zipper. The strap is crafted of fine leather and the bag is further embellished with colorful mango wood and glass beads. Please expect slight differences in the embroidered motifs as Chirada relies on their availability. details
$14.99
cotton bangle bracelet colorful
A band of sese wood is covered with vibrant, colorful cotton in this bangle bracelet from Ghana. Ewurabena Blankson creates the beautiful bracelet, naming it Awura, an Akan word that means lady. details
$107.99
leather accent embroidered cotton
Celebrating the colorful flowers of Guatemala, this lovely baguette is handwoven of cotton and decorated with intricate floral motifs. Diana and Maura work together to design the bag, completed with leather accents and a strap. The front flap opens with a magnetic snap, revealing a lined interior with an inner zipper pocket. details
$59.99
cotton shawl colorful maize
Featuring a solid body of dark blue, this cotton shawl is carefully handwoven on the backstrap loom and elaborated at the ends with vibrantly colorful maize motif embroidery. Maria Elena Lopez of Mexico designs the shawl, completing it at the ends with fringes. details
$23.99
cotton ornaments purple stockings
Weavers from Guatemala's Yama Aj Chixot Artisan Group join preparations for the holidays with these colorful ornaments. The cotton Christmas stockings are woven on a traditional loom. They feature colorful stripes on the purple front, and solid green backs and trim. Finished by hand, the set includes four ornaments. details
$58.99
cotton tote handbag colorful
Working on a traditional loom, women from the Yama Aj Chixot Artisan Group transform cool cotton into colorful fabric. It becomes a cheerful tote in their talented hands. Traditional geometric motifs mingle with stripes on green, yellow, lilac, pink and turquoise. With trim in pale cocoa brown, the bag features two inner pockets, one with a zipper. details
$79.99
leather and cotton handbag
Thailand's legendary textile artistry comes to life in this elegant handbag from Chirada. Colorful patterns hand-embroidered in cotton recall the uniqueness of hill tribe artistry. They are sewn over hemp creating two practical pockets. Inside, the bag is lined in cotton and features three pockets, one with a zipper. The handles are tooled of fine leather featuring braided accents. Closing with a zipper, the bag is embellished with colorful mango wood beads. details
$79.99
cotton cushion covers colorful
Designed by Peruvian artisan W. Rojas Yuri, this pair of delightful cushion covers is decorated with colorful, speckled stripes. Each cushion cover is diligently handwoven of cotton on a traditional loom. At the back, these covers feature a solid color in mahogany, completed with slits for inserting cushions. The pair is accented with tassels at the corners. details
$23.99
quilted cotton tea cozy elephant
Featuring a design by Indian artisan Chinni Swamy, this noble tea cozy makes the perfect addition to your kitchen. Handcrafted of cotton patchwork, the espresso-colored tea cozy features the image of two colorful elephant friends, elaborated with colorful designs. Hand embroidery accentuates the cozy, and floral patches at the bottom complete it. It fits a 7x6x7 teapot, and arrives with a complementary napkin. details
$23.99
cotton dangle earrings royal
Add unique style to your accessory options with these colorful earrings. Ghanaian artisan Esther Narh designs the pair with a sese wood base that has been wrapped in a vibrant fabric print. Colorful beads and brass hooks complete the look. details
$12.99
bone beaded necklace colorful
For a bohemian addition to your wardrobe, this necklace is presented by India's Rahul Jain. Local artisans handcraft the necklace of cotton cord with beads of colorful hand-carved bone. details
$79.99
cotton blend kente cloth scarf
Originated by the Akan peoples of Ghana, colorful kente cloth is the best-known of all African textiles. Kente cloth is woven in strips, which is how it came by its name (kente means basket in the Ashanti dialect). Ghana's Rachel Armah creates this colorful cotton blend scarf in vibrant shades of cerise, green and ivory. She names her design obasima, which means ideal lady in the Akan tongue. details
$44.99
cotton blend kente cloth scarf
Originated by the Akan peoples of Ghana, colorful kente cloth is the best-known of all African textiles. Kente cloth is woven in strips, which is how it came by its name (kente means basket in the Ashanti dialect). Ghana's Rachel Armah creates this colorful cotton blend scarf in vibrant shades of yellow-orange, pink and green. She names her design ahoufe, which means beauty in the Akan tongue. details
$44.99
cotton blend kente cloth scarf
Originated by the Akan peoples of Ghana, colorful kente cloth is the best-known of all African textiles. Kente cloth is woven in strips, which is how it came by its name (kente means basket in the Ashanti dialect). Ghana's Rachel Armah creates this colorful cotton blend scarf in vibrant shades of cerise, green and ivory. She names her design obasima, which means ideal lady in the Akan tongue. details
$19.99
beaded cotton eyeglasses cord
Spruce up your everyday spectacles with this charming eyeglasses strap, designed and crafted by Thanadol. The cotton cord is comprised of a colorful cotton Thai print. Brass and glass beads anchor the cord, which is adjustable. details
$37.99
wood ornaments traditional skulls
Inspired by the colorful traditions of their country, Guatemalan duo Juan and Carolina create this striking set of four ornaments to add to your home during the holidays. Crafted of pinewood, four jolly calaveras, or skulls in pink, green yellow, and white are painted by hand with colorful floral motifs. The ornaments arrive in a handy storage bag handwoven of cotton. details
$39.99
cotton shoulder bag life in color
A group of fifty women known as the Association of Chajul Women Weavers comes together in Guatemala to craft bags such as this colorful unisex shoulder bag. Woven from 100% cotton, this bag features a brown cotton lining and two open external pockets. details
$39.99
cotton ipad case flashes of color
Fifty Guatemalan women known as the Association of Chajul Women Weavers come together to weave beautiful bags such as this colorful iPad case. Woven from 100% cotton, the padded bag has a yellow cotton lining and a cheerful stripe design. details
$177.99
cotton blend kente cloth scarf
Originated by the Akan peoples of Ghana, colorful kente cloth is the best-known of all African textiles. Kente cloth is woven in strips, which is how it came by its name (kente means basket in the Ashanti dialect). Ghana's Rachel Armah creates this colorful cotton blend scarf in cheerful shades of purple, green and yellow. She names her design nyiraba, which means blessed child in the Akan dialect. details
$139.99
cotton blend kente cloth scarf
Originated by the Akan peoples of Ghana, colorful kente cloth is the best-known of all African textiles. Kente cloth is woven in strips, which is how it came by its name (kente means basket in the Ashanti dialect). Ghana's Rachel Armah creates this colorful cotton blend scarf in cheerful shades of purple, green and yellow. She names her design nyiraba, which means blessed child in the Akan dialect. details
$79.99
cotton blend kente cloth scarf
Originated by the Akan peoples of Ghana, colorful kente cloth is the best-known of all African textiles. Kente cloth is woven in strips, which is how it came by its name (kente means basket in the Ashanti dialect). Ghana's Rachel Armah creates this colorful cotton blend scarf in bold shades of cerise and ivory. She names her design odehye ba, which means royal child in the Akan dialect. details

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