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  • Paper High Dry Mount Purple Sari Photo Album

    Our fairtrade sari albums all come with 30 pages of acid-free handmade Indian Khadda paper each interleaved with protective tissue paper. Each album can hold up to 120 6" x 4" photos. The khadda paper used in the products is handmade using recycled cotton leftover from the massive garment industry in India. The paper is made by a charity in rural Rajasthan that promotes women’s education and their social standing in the rural villages.The Khadda paper comes as white, black, cream or embedded with small leaves or petals. Size: 18 x 26 cm Due to the handmade nature of the paper used to make these journals there will be some variation in the design of the sheets that have been embedded with small leaves or petals By buying this product you will be supporting the work of skilled artisans and craftspeople in Rajasthan, India. These albums are made by a small family business that follows fair trade priciples. Learn More
  • Paper High Elephant Photo Frame

    Lovely, fairtrade, handmade photo frame with handmade brass elephant motif that would make the perfect gift.

    Frame size: 18 x 13.5 cm

    Suitable for a 5 x 3.5" photo.

    Our elephant dung paper products are handmade in Sri Lanka from 75% elephant dung and 25% recycled paper by Maximus Elephant Conservation Trust. The dung is collected and boiled to sterilise it and then it is ready for the paper-making process. Maximus has its workshop in the grounds of the Millennium Elephant Foundation, a wonderful small charity that cares for sick, old and disabled elephants. The foundation is also working hard to resolve the conflict between elephants and local communities, a critical concern as the elephants' natural habitat decreases and they turn to eating farmers' crops. Working with initiatives like Maximus, they are able to show the positive relationship local economies can have with these amazing animals - a simple example of this is that they pay villagers to collect the elephant dung which is used to make the paper. By buying this product you will help the foundation continue its incredible work. Learn More

  • Paper High Elephant Photo Frame

    Lovely, fairtrade, handmade photo frame with handmade brass elephant motif that would make the perfect gift.

    Frame size: 18 x 13.5 cm

    Suitable for a 5 x 3.5" photo.

    Our elephant dung paper products are handmade in Sri Lanka from 75% elephant dung and 25% recycled paper by Maximus Elephant Conservation Trust. The dung is collected and boiled to sterilise it and then it is ready for the paper-making process. Maximus has its workshop in the grounds of the Millennium Elephant Foundation, a wonderful small charity that cares for sick, old and disabled elephants. The foundation is also working hard to resolve the conflict between elephants and local communities, a critical concern as the elephants' natural habitat decreases and they turn to eating farmers' crops. Working with initiatives like Maximus, they are able to show the positive relationship local economies can have with these amazing animals - a simple example of this is that they pay villagers to collect the elephant dung which is used to make the paper. By buying this product you will help the foundation continue its incredible work. Learn More

  • Mixed Wood Frame

    Handcrafted picture frame made from four different types of wood with removable wedge stand. This mixed wood frame is made using 4 different woods: mango, shesham, papri and tun.

    Dimensions: 183 x 220 mm. Suitable for 4 x 6" photo.

    It is hand-crafted in Saharanpur by a small team headed by Satish Dhimani, a specialist in joint wood. He works as part of Asha Handicrafts. Asha represents more than 6,500 artisans in 10 states of India. 'Asha' means 'hope' in Sanskrit. It aims to sustain the marketing ability of individual and family based artisans. It is a not-for-profit organisation which works to ensure that benefits of handicraft production reach the craftspeople themselves, by buying directly from the artisan groups and offering advance payments on orders.

    Asha provides training and teaching facilities in tailoring and metal work, thereby establishing new local groups of craftsmen. It also provides educational assistance for children of the producers, medical check ups and treatment and savings programs for artisans and spouses.

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  • Bike chain frame with bike 4"x6" photo

    Made from recycled bike chain For photo size 4 x 6 inches Made in India Learn More

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