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  • Katie Kirkendall

    Fair Trade Eva Hand Painted Bowls

  • Rita Ditto

    This fair trade hand painted bowl was made by artisans from Kashmir, where they are able to work in their own homes. They were made through Nkuku, a fair trade company that creates products that combine contemporary designs with age-old techniques, natural materials and sustainable methods of production to ensure each product is truly exceptional. Nkuku is committed to fair trade – their artisans are paid a fair wage for their work, working conditions are safe and a good standard, and no children are exploited. Fair trade hand painted bowls look so pretty on display. Inspired by the colors of India and in keeping with an Indian tradition of decorating and adding color to everyday objects. Use them for snacks or just for decoration. Made from food safe stainless steel. Not dishwasher proof. Hand wash only.2.5” height x 4.75” diameter

  • Jennifer Bickerstaff

    Eva hand painted bowl by Nkuku - colours for kitchen!

  • Renee Muhlbauer

    Lolita and Eva Hand Painted Bowls - Bird Bowls

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