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Bodhi Leaf Bowl & Spoon

With its beautiful gold color and delicate design, the Bodhi Leaf Bowl and Spoon is a gift that's sure to stun. The best part is it comes in a handmade Lokta paper box, so there's no wrapping required! This bowl and spoon set is handmade by skilled metalsmiths working with our partner Mahaguthi. Fair trade opportunities help makers find fair prices for traditional crafts and earn sustainable incomes.


  • Metallic gold-colored metal leaf-shaped bowl and leaf-shaped spoon made from brass
  • Packaged in a light green handmade Lokta paper box
  • Bowl measures 3.25Lx2.75W inches, spoon measures 3.15Lx0.75W inches, box bottom measures 3.5Lx3.15Wx1H inches, box top measures 3.75Lx3.5Wx0.75H inches
  • Salt does not corrode metal
  • Handcrafted in Nepal

SKU: 5909760


Mahaguthi markets the handicrafts of more than 1,000 Nepali artisans working in 150 workshops. Most of the artisans are from remote and mountainous areas; among them 85 percent are women who use traditional craft skills while working in their own home. Mahaguthi focus is to promote the well-being of artisans, to provide employment and to embrace and promote the principles of fair trade. Artisans receive medical and education allowances, paid leave and maternity leave. Mahaguthi parent organization was founded in 1926 with the objective of making the poor self-reliant. The founder was exiled to India and worked with Mahatma Gandhi before returning to Nepal to do rehabilitation work with women and their children. Mahaguthi began marketing crafts in 1984 to support a program for destitute women and children. Ten Thousand Villages has purchased products from Mahaguthi since 2000.

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.