The teak material is residual material from the teak production. Here roots and other unusable materials have been used to make it possible for the reforestation to take place.
Size: 26.5 cm
Handmade and Fair Trade
About the Brand
Afroart was established in Stockholm 1967.
The Afroart stores have over the years been a watering hole for anyone who has a passion for ethnic crafts. Today Afroart AB is owned by six textile designers, all with a MFA degree.
Afroart collaborates with local artisans to highlight the craftsmanship of the developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
A great deal of Afroarts catalog is developed by Afroart Studio, Afroarts own design team. The idea is to use design as a tool, to develop and market traditional crafts and thereby help to create jobs in the regions where the craft is currently the main source of income. This give unique traditions of crafts a possibility to survive and Afroarts clients get access to the world's craftsmanship.
Afroart has four stores; two in Stockholm, one in Gothenburg and a Web store. Afroart also runs an extensive wholesale business with hundreds of retailers.
Afroart imports directly from artisans or through Fair Trade organizations.
Fair trade is a matter of course for us!
Our partners are in the following countries: Bangladesh, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Ecuador, Ivory Coast, El Salvador, the Philippines, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Cambodia, Cameroon, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Mali, Morocco, Mexico, Mongolia, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria , Pakistan, Senegal, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Tanzania, Vietnam, Uganda.
Welcome to our world - A world of craft!
Katarina Chintoh, Maja Ekmark, Bodil Karlsson, Emma Labor, Gunilla Lundberg and Marie Persson.