The Power of Purple: A Fair Trade Gift Guide

by Rikki Quintana August 06, 2020

The Power of Purple: A Fair Trade Gift Guide

Does the mystic color purple call to you? Check out the blog post and Fair Trade Gift Guide from fellow Fair Trade Federation member Sevya Handmade, which pulls together a collection of memorable handmade purple products from the artisans of HoonArts, Sevya Handmade (India), Dunitz & Company (Guatemala) and Baskets of Africa (Africa). The blog also shares more about the history and meaning of the color purple, as well as the artisans behind these stunning products. Thank you Sevya Handmade for putting together this wonderful Gift Guide.

 

We are delighted to be working closely with Sevya Handmade, Dunitz & Company & Baskets of Africa on a variety of projects. Just stay tuned for more exciting offerings.

 

CLICK HERE to immerse yourself in the world of purple. 

 

And if shopping is on your mind, check out two of the featured HoonArts products.

Handwoven Purple Ikat Scarf from Uzbekistan | HoonArts

Eco-Printed Handwoven Silk Scarf with Purple Accents from Seven Sisters | HoonArts

Eco-Printed Handwoven Silk Scarf with Purple Accents from Kyrgyzstan | HoonArts




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