These journals are handmade from leather by a cooperative of 40 families; using traditional methods, the leather is dyed using natural tree bark and vegetable extract. The recycled cotton paper and naturally tanned leather make this a very natural product.
Size: A5 (5.8″ x 8.3″)
Pages: 80, plain cotton paper. Our journals contain plain, recycled acid-free cotton paper. They have a smooth luxurious finish and are suitable for all pen types, drawing, oil painting and pastels.
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This unique gift is made from recycled bike chain, formed into "BOULDER." Custom-made in India for our shop. Makes a great gift for cyclists, Boulder-lovers or anyone interested in turning recycling into art!
If you look closely, you'll notice the tiny elephant sitting inside the large one in our Double Carved Elephant (Second photo shows the smaller elephant, figure comes like the first/main photo with smaller elephant covered). This traditional carving is skillfully done by hand from one piece of stone. The raised trunk is a symbol for good luck.
Material: Gorara stone
Size: 4 in. l x 1 1/2 in. w x 3 1/4 in. h.
The Granite Alpaca Throw is as soft as it is functional. Alpaca fiber is naturally hypo-allergenic and not scratchy like wool. Wrap yourself in it's luxurious silky smoothness and relax!
Material: 80% Alpaca 20% Acrylic
Hand wash in cool water. Air dry, then pop in dryer on low for 10 minutes to bring back fluffiness. Dry cleaning is always a recommended option. Maintain using a gentle bristle brush in the direction of the alpaca fiber. Iron on low in same direction.
These wash cloths are hand knit from 100% organic cotton. They're durable, long-lasting and great for exfoliating. The bumpy weave pattern makes them easy to grip and better for scrubbing.
Size: 9.5" x 8.5"
Machine washable. Set of 2.
Hand knit by women in Nababpur, India, giving them independence through their work. The women are part of the Toockie Project, which set up a community center where the women can come to get training, pick up supplies and drop off finished cloths. The Toockie Project employs over 200 women and allows them to work from home within the cultural structure of their area.