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Made in UK
A mother daughter partnership with a love for quality leather bags with a simple, clean design which will last season after season. All bags are individually designed, hand cut and hand finished in a small workshop in UK where every effort is made to recycle, reuse and reduce waste.
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This brand uses leather sourced from a UK supplier who promotes sustainable and appropriate environmental business practices within the leather industry and follows guidelines set out by the Carbon Trust.
Made in UK
Turtle Doves is a British design and manufacturing company, specialising in using post consumer textile waste to create beautiful new garments & accessories. Their range is growing and they certainly don't skimp on design - each piece is very beautifully designed.
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From beautiful ponchos to cute baby booties you're sure to find something tempting on this site. And if not then their warm, friendly website takes custom requests.
Contemporary, high quality, hand made, ethically sourced clothing and jewellery from India. By Nina aims to bring India to the west by incorporating Nina's own contemporary designs and ensuring the artisans are well rewarded and encouraged to continue their trade.View Listing Visit Site
Made in USA
Women and Girls
Shopping for a Change® (SFAC) is a nonprofit social enterprise committed to empowering indigenous artisans (predominantly women) from economically disadvantaged communities around the world, raising their standards of living, subsidizing both community improvement projects abroad and U.S. based charitable organizations, all while further encouraging a sense of social consciousness amongst consumers. SFAC was established to create an extended global marketplace for fair trade products produced by artisans, artisan co-ops, and companies that employ these artisans. Working in symphony with over 55 partners in 30 countries we help educate artisans on competing in a world marketplace, while helping preserve local handicraft traditions, all while following fair trade principles. It is through these endeavors that SFAC is Empowering others, transforming lives® The artisans are paid up front for their work according to terms they set. All products are made in accordance with fair trade principles. Half of SFAC’s net proceeds fund Community Improvement Projects abroad in our artisans' communities, focused on clean water, health care and education. The other half is directed to various U.S.-based nonprofit organizations chosen by the consumer at checkout.View Listing Visit Site
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