We love partnering with local artisans, but let's take a moment to focus on some of our international makers. From the remote villages of Zambia, to chic French Parfumeries, and the bustling markets of Myanmar, here's a selection of some of our beautiful products from around the globe.
Beautifully handcrafted, ethically made knitwear, made from 100% pure
Peruvian Alpaca and Pima cotton. Rarer than cashmere, warmer than wool.
A natural thermostat, this super luxe fibre has a smooth and silky sheen.
MADE IN MADA
Produced in Madagascar from the native Raffia palm tree, these beautiful bags, baskets and accessories support the traditional Madagascan crochet and weaving production and provide workers with a sustainable income.
Raduga Grez is a Russian family business. They produce handmade
children's toys in solid wood using non toxic water based paint. All the toys
are made using Russian wood from sustainable forests using local joiners
MADE IN MOROCCO
Beautiful glassware and earthenware, hand crafted in a small village in the
south of Morocco. Each piece varies slightly in colour and size, a hint at the artisanal nature of the products and sophistication of the range.
Launched in 2016, Bon Parfumeur offer a range of 28 Eau de Parfums,
all ethically produced in France by six talented perfumers. The perfumes are designed to be mixed and matched and each fragrance is colour coded and categorized using a three-digit number reflecting the three main notes.
Born in the hot and colourful city of Mandalay Myanmar, Zay produces socially conscious bags using recycled packing tape, plastic or rattan. These are all materials that are easily accessible to the local weavers who produce the bags.
MAKENGE WINNOWING BASKET
These vintage Makenge baskets are handwoven from the root of the African Makenge bush and dyed with natural plant extracts. They come from a remote village in the western province of Zambia and have been used for winnowing grain and holding water. Signs of age and imperfection is what makes them so beautiful and authentic.
MERCHANTS OF BOTANICA
These collection of botanical prints are from a collection of old images
unearthed in the archives of libraries and museums around the world. Many date back to the 18th century, and have been digitally restored. Reproduced on high-quality paper, and printed with Japanese archival ink, each piece is produced individually and hand cut in a studio in Europe.
A family-owned and operated company since 1949, Michael Roger designs and produces eco-conscious products with a whimsical, fashion-forward aesthetic. They use eco-friendly methods and materials for each project and manufacture
the products in the USA.
PRESTON & HOWLETT
Located on the Sunny coast line of Western Australia, Preston & Howlett design unique jewellery for women who appreciate affordable luxury fashion. Each collection is made with semi-precious stones in unique settings plated in their signature matte gold finish, made by artisans around the world.