Sand & Hunter Green napkin rings
Sand & Hunter Green napkin rings
Sand & Hunter Green napkin rings
Sand & Hunter Green napkin rings
Sand & Hunter Green napkin rings


Sand & Hunter Green napkin rings

$30.00
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Only 7 items in stock!

Strong and beautifully handwoven, these napkin rings are crafted by women artisans in Rwanda. With each woven stitch, there is a uniqueness and style that will make these meaningfully and purposefully designed napkin ring holders a charming accent to your dining room setting. 

  • Approximately 1.5"  D x 1.3" H
  • Set of 4
  • Made of all-natural fibers of sisal and sweet grass and organic dyes
  • Profiled weaver tag is attached to each set

    We currently ship to the contiguous U.S. and Alaska.  

    • $8.50 flat rate shipping  
    • Free shipping on orders over $100  

    Please allow 2-5 days for fulfilment. When your order arrives, know that it will be packed with care, gratitude, and love.

    We offer a 30 day return window. For exchanges, please process a return and re-order the item you wish to receive.

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    Meet the Artisans

    Country: Rwanda, Uganda, and Ghana

    Demographic of Artisans: Extreme Poverty

    Adventure seeking and justice driven, Kazi is on a mission to transform the lives of the world’s economically marginalized communities through sustainable and fair wage employment. With contemporary woven goods, Kazi connects world loving, fashion forward consumers to beautifully handcrafted products that do good and tell a story.

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    Kazi

    Timeless Tradition Meets Contemporary Movement

    Each of our Kazi products are handmade using a timeless weaving tradition, blending raffia plant and sweetgrass to create an intricate and unique design. Each product takes between 4 and 10 days to complete, depending on size.

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