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Peony Canister

Store anything from coffee to candy in the Peony Canister. This classic ceramic container with pretty hand-painted lid is sure to perk up your kitchen. Makers in Vietnam paint each piece by hand. In the village of Bat Trang, long-renowned for its pottery traditions, fair trade partnerships ensure that women artisans earn sustainable incomes by practicing the art of their ancestors.

HANDCRAFTED IN VIETNAM

  • Round white ceramic canister with lid, featuring hand-painted design in red, blue, light blue
  • 4Dx5H inches, opening measures 2.75D inches
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Handmade in Vietnam

SKU: 5404800

THE MAKERS

Mai Vietnamese Handicrafts is a nonprofit organization that provides income generation and marketing services to Vietnamese artisans. Mai Handicrafts runs several craft production projects and markets the work of numerous other craft producers. During recent years, Mai Handicrafts has established itself as the primary marketing agent for artisans from neglected families and women. It practices a model of social development in which social service cannot be separated from economic self-reliance. Mai Handicrafts sales fund various community development activities, including clean water projects, vocational training equipment purchase and teacher wage subsidies. Mai Handicrafts artisans receive social and health insurance, and can apply for scholarship funds. Ten Thousand Villages has purchased products from Mai Handicrafts since 1994.
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Welcome to our global maker-to-market movement where, together with 20,000 artisans, we ignite social change. We create opportunities for individuals, families, and communities in developing countries to thrive through strong relationships, fair wages, safe working conditions, and sustainable practices.

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