• Square Planters

    $18.00

    These colorful planters are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded until smooth, and dyed. An artisan then uses a knife to etch the patterns into each planter. These planters do not have drainage holes and getting them too wet could damage the dye. They are best for air plants, succulents, faux plants, or to hold pens and other office supplies.

    Sold individually.

  • Smile Dish

    $10.00

    The smile dish is a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. It is hand carved out of stone, sanded until smooth, then dyed, and etched. These unique catchalls can be used to hold change, jewelry, keys, or office supplies. For decorative use only; getting them wet could damage the dye.

    Approximately 3 inches wide. Sold individually.

  • Round Planters

    $18.00

    These colorful round planters are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded until smooth, and dyed. Then an artisan uses a knife to etch the patterns into each planter. These planters do not have drainage holes and getting them too wet could damage the dye. They are best for air plants, succulents, faux plants, or to hold pens and other office supplies.

    Sold individually.

  • Peace Crane Ornaments

    $10.00

    These colorful peace cranes are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded until smooth, then dyed. Sold individually. These do not come strung.

    The following is the inspiration behind our peace cranes:

    Sadako Sasaki was a Japanese girl living in Hiroshima when the atomic bomb was dropped on Japan (August 6, 1945). In 1955, at age 11, Sadako was diagnosed with leukemia, a type of cancer caused by the atomic bomb.

    While in the hospital, Sadako started to fold paper cranes. There is a belief that if you fold 1,000 paper cranes, your wish will come true. Sadako spent 14 months in the hospital, folding paper cranes with whatever paper she could find. Paper was scarce so she used the paper from medicine bottles, candy wrappers, and left over gift-wrap. Her wish was that she would get well again and that the victims of the world would attain peace and healing.

    Sadako died on October 25, 1955. She was 12 years old and had folded over 1,300 paper cranes. Her friends and classmates raised money to build a memorial in honor of Sadako and other atomic bomb victims. The Hiroshima Peace Memorial was completed in 1958. It has a statue of Sadako holding a golden crane. At the base is a plaque that says:

    This is our cry.
    This is our prayer.
    Peace in the world.

  • Standing Words, Colorful

    $24.00

    These colorful standing words are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. Each word is hand carved out of stone, sanded, and dyed, all using simple hand tools. They are wide enough to stand on a shelf.

    Sold individually.

  • Peace Sign Ornaments – Set of 3

    $27.00

    These colorful ornaments are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded until smooth, and dyed. Then an artisan uses a knife to etch the patterns into each ornament.

    Sold in sets of 3 of the same color. They do not come strung.

  • Colorful Peace Cranes

    $10.00

    These colorful peace cranes are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded, and dyed, all using simple hand tools. Sold individually.

    The following is the inspiration behind our peace cranes:

    Sadako Sasaki was a Japanese girl living in Hiroshima when the atomic bomb was dropped on Japan (August 6, 1945). In 1955, at age 11, Sadako was diagnosed with leukemia, a type of cancer caused by the atomic bomb.

    While in the hospital, Sadako started to fold paper cranes. There is a belief that if you fold 1,000 paper cranes, your wish will come true. Sadako spent 14 months in the hospital, folding paper cranes with whatever paper she could find. Paper was scarce so she used the paper from medicine bottles, candy wrappers, and left over gift-wrap. Her wish was that she would get well again and that the victims of the world would attain peace and healing.

    Sadako died on October 25, 1955. She was 12 years old and had folded over 1,300 paper cranes. Her friends and classmates raised money to build a memorial in honor of Sadako and other atomic bomb victims. The Hiroshima Peace Memorial was completed in 1958. It has a statue of Sadako holding a golden crane. At the base is a plaque that says:

    This is our cry.
    This is our prayer.
    Peace in the world.

  • Large Giraffes

    $30.00

    These are our largest giraffes and are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded until smooth, and dyed. Then an artisan uses a knife to etch the patterns into each giraffe. As these are abstract in design, they can also be considered llamas.

    Sold individually.

  • Set of 6 Tiny Giraffes

    $30.00

    Our smallest giraffes, sold in sets of 6 different colors, are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded, dyed, and then etched, all using simple hand tools.

  • Set of 6 Tiny Elephants

    $30.00

    Our smallest elephants, sold in sets of 6 different colors, are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded, dyed, and then etched, all using simple hand tools.

  • Elephants

    $10.00

    These colorful elephants are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded until smooth, and dyed. Then an artisan uses a knife to etch the patterns into each elephant. The unique trunk design makes these great ring holders.

    Sold individually.

  • Set of 6 Tiny Hippos

    $30.00

    Our smallest hippos, sold in sets of 6 different colors, are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded, dyed, and then etched, all using simple hand tools.

  • Hippos

    $10.00

    These colorful hippos are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded until smooth, and dyed. Then an artisan uses a knife to etch the patterns into each hippo.

    Sold individually.

  • Round Rimmed Dishes

    $10.00

    These colorful round dishes are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded, dyed, and then etched, all using simple hand tools. These unique catchalls can be used to hold change, jewelry, keys, or office supplies. For decorative use only; getting them wet could damage the dye.

    Approximately 3 inches wide. Sold individually.

  • Two Pattern Bowls

    $12.00

    These colorful round bowls are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded until smooth, and dyed. Then an artisan uses a knife to etch the patterns into the inside and outside of each bowl. These unique catchalls can be used to hold change, jewelry, keys, or office supplies. For decorative use only; getting them wet could damage the dye.

    Approximately 3.5 inches wide. Sold individually.

  • Tree of Life Dishes

    $10.00

    These colorful round tree of life dishes are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded until smooth, and dyed. Then an artisan uses a knife to etch a tree of life into each dish. These unique catchalls can be used to hold change, jewelry, keys, or office supplies. For decorative use only; getting them wet could damage the dye.

    Approximately 3 inches wide. Sold individually.

  • Spring Dishes

    $10.00

    These colorful round dishes are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded until smooth, and dyed. Then an artisan uses a knife to etch a flower design into each dish. These unique catchalls can be used to hold change, jewelry, keys, or office supplies. For decorative use only; getting them wet could damage the dye.

    Approximately 3 inches wide. Sold individually.