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Habitation Co. is committed to honoring the process of living in a particular place and the journey of discovering beautiful objects that reflect the unique styles and stories of artists around the world.  Every pretty item you purchase supports creative individuals, communities, and organizations on almost every continent.

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Beaded Mini Bonbon Bowl

Beaded mini bonbon bowl // handmade, fair trade // Habitation Co.
Beaded mini bonbon bowl // handmade, fair trade // Habitation Co.
Beaded mini bonbon bowl // handmade, fair trade // Habitation Co.
Beaded mini bonbon bowl // handmade, fair trade // Habitation Co.
Beaded mini bonbon bowl // handmade, fair trade // Habitation Co.
Beaded mini bonbon bowl // handmade, fair trade // Habitation Co.
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Beaded Mini Bonbon Bowl

30.00 38.00

Carefully crafted by hand using copper wire and hundreds of tiny glass beads, this delicate bowl will keep your trinkets safe and make a bold statement on your shelf. Even minimalists can embrace the tribal look with this simple and stunning work of art.

Due to the handmade nature of this item, individual colors and patterns may vary. Enjoy your one-of-a-kind item! 

>> fairtrade

>> handmade

>> origin: South Africa 

approx. 4.5" wide, 2.25" tall

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About the Process: 

Bead work is an ancient and highly respected art form in many indigenous communities around the world. Once seen as a sign of wealth and power, beaded objects were reserved for members of royalty and leadership. Beads were either sourced locally or through trade from faraway lands and beaded objects are some of the best, and earliest examples of globalization. Requiring delicate handling and precision, bead work has traditionally been passed down through generations, but in modern times, young students often leave their villages and move to bigger cities for school and work and thus this unique art form is becoming more and more rare. Your purchase helps to ensure that future generations of artisans can learn this beautiful trade, earn a fair wage, and invest back into their communities. Pretty cool!