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Artisans

Be Home

Be Home

Be Home was founded in 2007 by 2 Belgians living in the San Francisco Bay Area. With a vision to introduce handmade, ecologically friendly, responsibly produced products, they are dedicated to the principles of fair trade and equal opportunity. They work with family-run businesses, cooperatives and those that treat their workers fairly and with respect. They insure compliance with their standards by making frequent v...

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Faire Collection

Faire Collection

What initially began as a Masters’ thesis for Amanda Judge eventually grew into what is now known as the Faire Collection. Beginning in 2008 with artisans in Ecuador, Faire collection has expanded its operations into Vietnam, Peru and Swaziland, now employing 225 artisans. Their holistic training programs help ensure the artisans are on a well-footed path to prosperity. Trainings have included: financial management, a...

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Marquet

Marquet

The Akha are an indigenous hill tribe who live in South-East Asia, throughout the mountainous regions of Thailand, Burma, Laos, Vietnam and Eastern China. The Marquet artisan collective, who make our bracelets, employs over one hundred crafts people and offers both full-time and part-time opportunities, as well as the opportunity to work from home. This provides the artisans flexibility to work around their own schedules ...
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Acacia Creations

Acacia Creations

Acacia’s workshop is located in Nairobi, Kenya where they have been making fun, ethical jewelry since October 2007. They currently employ 20 women and men, making the one-of-a-kind pieces you see here.

In keeping with fair trade practices, each of their employees is paid a monthly salary IN ADDITION TO receiving a percentage of each sale. What that means: Read more