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Ethical and fair trade gift ideas for the home and garden.

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  • Namaste Black and White Square Platter

    Black and white square platter made from recycled aluminium.

    Dimensions: 29 x 29 cm

    This item is supplied by a company called Namaste, which is a greeting that means literally “I salute the spirit within you” in India and Nepal. Namaste bought this item direct from a primary producer, having first designed it to suit the global market. As the artisans can't afford to buy the raw materials, Namaste made an advance payment for materials, workers and whatever else was necessary. They paid a fair price for the product, which works out at above the national average wage, and men and women are paid the same price for their craftsmanship.

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  • Namaste Black and White Oblong Platter

    Black and white oblong platter made from recycled aluminium.

    Dimensions: 31 x 18cm

    This item is supplied by a company called Namaste, which is a greeting that means literally “I salute the spirit within you” in India and Nepal. Namaste bought this item direct from a primary producer, having first designed it to suit the global market. As the artisans can't afford to buy the raw materials, Namaste made an advance payment for materials, workers and whatever else was necessary. They paid a fair price for the product, which works out at above the national average wage, and men and women are paid the same price for their craftsmanship.

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  • Namaste Black and White Swirl Dip-Tray

    Black and white circular tray for dips made from recycled aluminium.

    Diameter: 29 cm

    This item is supplied by a company called Namaste, which is a greeting that means literally “I salute the spirit within you” in India and Nepal. Namaste bought this item direct from a primary producer, having first designed it to suit the global market. As the artisans can't afford to buy the raw materials, Namaste made an advance payment for materials, workers and whatever else was necessary. They paid a fair price for the product, which works out at above the national average wage, and men and women are paid the same price for their craftsmanship.

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