why Artisans & Adventurers made thegoodedit
Recycled brass, and by products from the agricultural industry are used in the products you see on our site from Artisans & Adventurers
All items created by Artisan & Adventurers team of artisans work to the 10 principle of Fair Trade
Sustainability is considered from production to delivery – with sustainably sourced Wild Olive wood from the artisans own plantation, to 100% recycled packaging.
Artisan creations, Fair Trade, Contemporary
Artisan & Adventurers strive to create products which bring as much joy to their creator as they do to the buyer – through sustainable and ethical production.
Working with 32 artisan groups in Africa, India and the UK, and knowing them all personally, means that the team at Artisans & Adventurers can be confident in the ethical treatment of those working on the products you see here, as well as the quality.
Based in Margate, Artisans & Adventurers are rooted in their community – their local community in the UK, and their artisan communities overseas. That is why they have recently partnered with African Promise and donate 2% of all sales from their Kenyan range to the charity.
African Promise support primary schools in Kenya, working to improve the lives of children in rural communities. They create ‘model’ schools by building safe infrastructure, providing food for a daily lunchtime meal and equipping schools with resources including desks, books and teachers.
Artisan & Adventurers collection of sustainably sourced and ethically produced homeware and jewellery is testament to the fact that you can indeed have a stylish and sustainable lifestyle.
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