Handmade by Indian artisans, this elephant puzzle box never ceases to delight! The 4.5 inch by 3.75 inch box is carved from sheesham wood, and has a hidden compartment for trinkets and jewelry.
Meet the Artisans
An NGO, Noah’s Ark Handicrafts & Artisan Welfare Society, was created in 2000 to advance the charitable activities of the organization, which now include clean water, education, health and capacity building initiatives. Through our work, we give an identity to the artisan’s craft and help them to appreciate the value of their products while ensuring they have the skills and resources to succeed in a changing market. Like the biblical story of Noah’s Ark that symbolizes the concept of saving mankind, we strive to save the art of making handicrafts.
These 11 inch salad servers are carved from olive wood with a cow bone handle. The patterns on the handles are created by melting wax on the white bone and dipping the handles in a dark dye. Treated with oil they should last a life...
These 11 inch salad servers are carved from olive wood with a cow bone handle. The patterns on the handles are created by melting wax on the white bone and dipping the handles in a dark dye. The intricate carving of the handles gives the...
This set of finger puppets is made from wool by a cooperative of women who live high in the Andes mountains of Peru. Each pieces is approximately 3 inches tall. Meet the Artisans Global Handmade Hope began in 2009 after a trip to Rwanda. With...
This authentic tambourine from Java is beautifully styled with a safe, water-based finish and a colorful woven band. Features a 6-inch wide drum head. Meet the Artisans The Jamtown vision sees people in North America creating music with friends and family. Not fancy rock songs...