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An object is only as beautiful as the environment in which it’s made. That’s why we travel the globe to bring the world’s best craftsmanship home to you. Each design is made by the most incredible artisans with the finest materials. All made start-to-finish with fair trade standards.


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Weavers Of Arica
Employs 10 Artisans
“We want to support the protection of wetlands, so that plant fiber weaving can live over time.”
- Hugo, Workshop Manager

Along the coast of Peru, in the small community of Huacho, you’ll find this group of talented basket weavers. As a family-owned organization, you can tell they don’t see their work simply as a job, they see it as a true family.

And as a family, they are committed to upholding traditions. The basket weaving craft is not for the faint of heart – it requires great dexterity and strength to mold, shape, and braid the Totora reeds into works of art. Yet, this group of master artisans is up for the challenge. Day-in, day-out, their work is advancing this craft and ensuring it lives on for the next generation – a true family legacy.

In addition to the craft itself, they are also focused on the preservation of the coastal wetlands that supply the Totora material. A strong, durable plant fiber used for building boats (and at one point - floating islands!)Totora reed is one of Peru’s more unique natural resources. And as such, this group is dedicated to the growth and sustainability of its habitats.