The three-line pattern on this basket is known as the “unity” design and symbolizes the three ethnic groups that divided Rwanda in 1994, but who now work together to heal wounds from the past. Weavers heal through the collective effort of working toward the same purpose and goal: to create beauty with their own hands.
This heat resistant trivet is perfect to set a tea kettle on or hot dish from the oven. With a woven loop attached on the back, they can be hung up as wall decor for a globally inspired feel.
*All products are made by hand with love and vary slightly in color and size.
Made in an ethical, fair trade environment. Handwoven by a cooperative of women located in rural Uganda this one-of-a-kind piece takes a day to complete.
Original lion paw print cast from Tsavo, Kenya. Bringing African wildlife to your home. Every detail of the paw padding is intricately picked and cast....View full product details
Personalise your table setting with these chic and sophisticated drink markers. • Helps reduce wasted beverages by eliminating confusion over glasses that look the same....View full product details
The following ring size guide is perfect if you're looking purchase a ring online, and you are unsure of the exact size. If you have an existing ring that is a comfortable fit on your finger and doesn't slip off your knuckle, then that would be perfect to find your ring size.
How to measure ring size:
Step 1 - Print out the below ring size chart at 100% and make sure the line in the image measures exactly 135mm.
Step 2 - Place your ring so that the black circle is exactly touching the inside of your ring. This will give you your correct ring sizing.
If you hesitate between 2 sizes, choose the larger one.