• Word Heart Dishes

    $15.00

    These colorful heart 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 words or phrases 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 4 inches wide. Sold individually.

  • Cat and Mouse, Black

    $18.00

    The cat and mouse set is a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. It is hand carved out of stone, sanded until smooth, and dyed black. Then an artisan uses a knife to etch the dots into each piece.

    The cat is approximately 6 inches tall. The mouse is approximately 2 inches tall.

  • Cat Head Bowls

    $15.00

    These charming cat bowls are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone and then sanded until smooth. Since the natural bowl shows the natural colors of the stone, some color variations should be expected. One can often see shades of cream, gray, pink, and brown in the bowl. The other two are dyed bold colors. 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.

    Sold individually.

  • Rectangle Dog Dishes

    $15.00

    The rectangular dog 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 the patterns 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.

    Sold individually.

  • Halloween Dishes

    $15.00

    These square 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 the patterns 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.

    Sold individually.

  • Wedding Knots, Black

    $15.00$28.00

    The wedding knot is a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. It is hand carved out of one piece of soapstone, sanded until smooth, polished, and then dyed black.

    The two loops of the wedding knot stand for a couple that has become joined through marriage, but remain two individual people. The sculpture is given to a couple on their wedding day with a blessing:

    “May the union last as long as the stone from which the sculpture is carved.”

  • Heart Couples

    $15.00

    These heart couples are a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. They are hand carved out of stone, sanded until smooth, and then polished. Since the natural heart couple shows the natural colors of the stone, some color variations should be expected. One can often see shades of cream, gray, pink, and brown in the design. The other two designs were dyed bold colors.

    Sold individually.

  • 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.

  • Mind Over Matter Dish

    $14.00

    Keep yourself motivated with this clever dish on your desk. Perfect for paperclips, keys, or change.

  • It’s Written in Stone Paperweight

    $8.00

    You mean what you say and this paperweight proves it!

  • Think Outside the Box

    $15.00

    Not everyone understands this box, but it causes quite a chuckle when they do. An office cliché turned into office decor.

  • Nelson Mandela Glass Bracelet

    $12.00

    This recycled glass bracelet is a fair trade product handmade in Kenya. It is handcrafted from recycled glass that was melted in a kiln by Simon and Alice and their team. It is strung on elastic with a small amount of give.

    “46664” was the prison number of former South African President Nelson Mandela. He was imprisoned for attempting to dismantle the legacy of apartheid in his homeland. This inspirational bracelet serves as a remembrance of Mandela’s sacrifice during one of the most significant struggles for civil rights in the 20th century.

  • Black Baskets

    $35.00$45.00

    These baskets are made by a group of women living in Machako County, Kenya. They upcycle plastic that was rejected by bag companies. The women also make baskets out of sisal, but they prefer the plastic because it is easier on their hands. Making baskets is very empowering for the women because they can work on them any time they find themselves having to wait. For example, they can weave when they go to fetch water or when they watch their cattle at night.

    Medium baskets are approximately 8 x 8 inches. Large baskets are approximately 10 x 10 inches.