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Our Fair Trade Ceramic Mugs, Candles & Other Gift Items
ceramic pottery is produced by a Mayan cooperative in San
Antonio Palopo next to Lake Atitlan. This group was trained by World Famous Potter, Ken Edwards.
The clay in
the region is perfect to create these wonderful stoneware mugs and crosses.
The Mayan families Ken trained hand paint each
piece and all the work is done with kilns, ovens and
wheels they built themselves in their small shop.
Fair Trade Ceramics, Candles & Other Handmade Crafts
Our Fabulous 16-18 oz. Hand Painted, Hand Thrown Ceramic "Wave Mugs".
dishwasher and microwave safe. 2
Espresso Cups...and they make great Shot Glasses too!
Hand Painted, Hand Thrown.
dishwasher and microwave safe. 2 cups
Embroidered Patchwork Wine or Coffee Bags!
This is how to wrap the perfect wine & they are
great for wrapping bags of coffee too! 15 inches tall with a tie-string to close it near the top.
of 5. Great Gift!
#274/ Hand Woven Hacky Sacks. A variety of colors & designs.
5 Hacky Sacks.
||#034/ Natural Arrayan Candles from Lux Del Bosque. The Arrayan tree grows in the cloud forests of Alta Verapaz, Guatemala. Q'eqchi Mayan women harvest the seeds to make the wax for these beautiful natural candles. 10.6 inches tall. When you order you get 6 candles...a pair of each of the 3 colors pictured here, Garnet, Moss, and Maize.|
Green America & Fair Trade Alliance Member
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What our customers say: I am sending many other customers your way! Jane Carroll, Rockhill, SC.
our customers say:
I just received my
Mugs and they are
absolutely beautiful...I will definitely
recommend your site to anyone looking for handmade quality crafts from
skilled artisans. K. Harkness, Mansfield, MA
What Our Customers Say: "I just received my fabulous stoneware mug today and it is beautiful! I'm not even going to wait until the holidays to give it to my husband. I will be ordering one for myself and I'm making a list of friends to give one to this Christmas. Thank you for making these wonderful crafts available to us!" Mary Ashmore, Duluth, GA