Banana Bark And Coconut Fiber Placemat | The Little Market
Banana Bark & Coconut Fiber Placemat
Banana Bark And Coconut Fiber Placemat | The Little Market
Banana Bark And Coconut Fiber Placemat Close Up | The Little Market

Banana Bark & Coconut Fiber Placemat

$ 12.00

HANDMADE IN INDIA

Enhance your daily dining and protect your tabletops. These placemats are made from completely renewable resources,including banana plants, coconuts, and cotton thread.

Every purchase supports artisans at Sustainable Threads in India.

Due to COVID-19, this artisan group is operating under limited capacity with shortages of materials. If you see something you love, shop fast before it's unavailable for the season. The collection is projected to be back in stock in spring 2021

Handmade Natural Fiber Placemat

Set:
Single

DETAILS

  • Approximately 13" x 19"
  • Materials: Banana plant fiber and cotton blend, edged with coconut leaf fibers and hand knotted fringe
  • Care instructions: Wipe clean with damp cloth, spot clean with soap solution, dry in shade
  • As with all handmade items, slight variations will occur
MEET THE ARTISAN
SUSTAINABLE THREADS
Located in: India
Sustainable Threads connects with artisans and cooperatives in India who create beautiful, handmade goods. The textiles are produced on hand-operated looms, which is one of the oldest methods of textile production. A set of vertical threads, the warp, and a set of horizontal threads, the weft, are interlinked in a time-intensive process. Sustainable Threads prioritizes eco-conscious principles and is committed to promoting rural development, entrepreneurship, and social justice in the communities where the artisans live and work.
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Located in: India
Handwoven
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