Rattan Natural Woven Bowl | The Little Market
Rattan Natural Woven Bowl | The Little Market
Rattan Natural Woven Bowl | The Little Market

Rattan Woven Bowl - Natural

$ 58.00

HANDMADE IN CAMBODIA

Upgrade your storage game with this hand-woven rattan catch-all. Perfect for clearing clutter while still being able to see what's inside.

Each purchase empowers artisan women at MANAVA in Cambodia.

Handwoven Catch-All | Fair Trade | The Little Market

DETAILS

  • Approximately 8" diameter x 4" deep
  • Care instructions: Dust often with a feather duster or soft brush. Spot clean using minimal water. Dab (do not rub) using an undyed paper towel or cloth to prevent the colors from bleeding. Dry completely to avoid molding. To preserve the natural colors and stop fading, do not place in direct sunlight.
  • As with all handmade items, slight variations will occur
MEET THE ARTISAN
MANAVA
Located in: Cambodia
MANAVA empowers women rising above poverty and economic hardships. Artisans work together in a safe and supportive workshop or may opt to work from home so that they can also take care of their children. Through a time-intensive rattan weaving process, they preserve traditional Kbach symbols. Each piece takes at least one month to harvest, dry, and prepare materials, plus a minimum of three days for weaving. With MANAVA’s support, family incomes have increased by 95 percent; beforehand, the average income was approximately $2.50 per day. MANAVA partners with a Women’s Resource Center to provide a life skills program. MANAVA places an emphasis on eco-conscious practices and sustainable harvests; the raw materials are organic and pesticide- and herbicide-free.
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Located in: Cambodia
Handwoven from rattan
Handwoven from rattan
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