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Salt Crystal Globe Lamp

This stunning mood lamp is a wonderful fair trade gift for your favorite host. The salt crystal used for this lamp comes from Pakistan's Punjab province. Salt has been mined there since 320 B.C. Many benefits are ascribed to salt crystal lamps, due to the release of negative ions when heated. Handcrafted by artisans working with our fair trade partner Dominion Traders.

HANDCRAFTED IN PAKISTAN

  • Salt crystal globe lamp with sheesham wood base
  • Colors vary from deep orange to pale pink
  • Globe: approximately 5D (not including the base) inches (17 inches in circumference), Sheesham wood base: approximately 4D x 1.25H inches, Cavity for bulb (center of the globe on the bottom): 1.5D x 3.75 deep inches
  • Comes with bulb
  • Handcrafted in Pakistan

SKU: 7402040

THE MAKERS

Dominion Traders works with underprivileged artisans who make stone and shesham wood crafts in the city of Karachi. It disperses orders to independently owned and operated onyx workshops that own their own equipment and rent or own their facilities. Most are family businesses employing several family members. Benefits to artisans include profit-sharing, pension plans and medical benefits. Dominion Traders provides interest-free loans and advances to artisans.Dominion Traders was founded by the late Mansoor Ali, who pioneered fair trade practices in Pakistan’s stone industry while hiring artisans regardless of religion or ethnicity. The organization is now managed by his son, Syed Fahad Ali. Ten Thousand Villages has purchased products from Dominion Traders since 1983.
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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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