Triptych Macramé Wall Hanging (Local Pickup/Delivery Only*)

Triptych Macramé Wall Hanging (Local Pickup/Delivery Only*)

$56.00
Artisans use natural cotton yarn from local markets to create this hand-knotted wall hanging, creating soft pattern, texture, and dimension...
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  • Categories: Decor, Home Goods, Local Pickup/Delivery Only
  • Type: Decor

Artisans use natural cotton yarn from local markets to create this hand-knotted wall hanging, creating soft pattern, texture, and dimension for your walls. Topped with hanger and dowel, with long fringed ends at bottom. 37"l x 24"w.

Asha Handicrafts preserves India's diverse craft traditions, ensuring a fair wage for those who craft their remarkable handiwork. Your purchase creates income and social reform for hundreds. Profits are directly channeled into tailor-made projects that meet the needs of artisans and their community.

A leading fair trade organization since 1975, Asha Handicrafts was begun with the mandate to "trade, train, and transform." Even its name (asha means "hope" in Sanskrit) inspires a new, hopeful model for doing business. In addition to providing needed income through the sales, marketing, and export of handcrafted products, Asha is committed to the overall well-being of artisans. Welfare workers work closely with artisans and their families to provide health clinics and education for children, increase sanitation, and improve living conditions. Other benefits include interest-free loans, business and computer training, and advances to purchase raw materials. Based in Mumbai, Asha is impacting the lives of over 800 artisans in more than 50 cooperatives and family workshops throughout India.

Serrv’s Mission is to empower small-scale global artisans and farmers through long-term trading partnerships, helping them build sustainable employment, resources, rights, and a vision of hope in their communities.

One of the first fair trade organizations in the world, SERRV International began its mission by helping displaced European refugees trade their handcrafts for income after the Second World War. Since then, we've extended our reach to 24 countries worldwide, working to empower over 8,000 artisans and farmers every year by selling their beautiful handcrafts.