Navy & Coral Tropical Leaves Jewellery Roll
This useful jewellery roll is perfect for travelling or simply for storing jewellery at home to help make items more organised and easier to find. It features a navy and coral tropical leaves design screen printed by hand on a premium linen-cotton mix fabric.
Key features include:-
Wrap around tie closure
Thick cotton fabric lining
Two interior brass metal zip pockets
Poppered soft padded bar for rings
Designed in collaboration with Coralie Bickford-Smith, one of the most renowned designers in the publishing industry, especially recognised and celebrated for her illustrated covers of Penguin's clothbound classics. The design is inspired by the beautiful and vibrant jungle theme in her book ‘The Song of the Tree’.
Hand made by skilled artisans at a World Fair Trade Organisation accredited producer group in Hanoi, Vietnam. Comes with swing tag detailing the fair trade nature of the product.
Approximately 8.5cm x 16cm when folded. Approximately 16cm x 26cm when unfolded.
Tell Me More
Just Trade works with a WFTO registered factory in Vietnam to make their textile products, providing marginalised people with opportunities and support to improve their lives through secure work. Employees have a safe working environment where they are encouraged to learn new skills and progress within the company. The project also works with artisans working in provincial villages, employing over one hundred people in Hanoi and surrounding areas.
The project also works with artisans in provincial villages, employing over one hundred people in Hanoi and surrounding areas. This includes embroidery workshops in the Long Bien District and Co Chat, a screen printing studio in Du Noi, a fabric dyeing workshop in Nha Xa, Scarf Village in Meo and a Thai weaving group in Mai Chau.
About the Brand
Just Trade collaborates with artisans around the world to create stylish, desirable handmade jewellery and accessories. The Company was founded in 2006 by jewellery designer Laura Cave; the idea born out of her first hand contact with real people in the developing world, and her recognition that in order for small, fair trade projects to be sustainable, they need a long-term route to market for their goods.
Combining traditional craft skills and materials with expert knowledge of contemporary jewellery and accessories, Just Trade have developed ranges of unique pieces with strong appeal in the European market. From exquisite crocheted silverwork to beautifully carved tagua pendants, their distinctive products are made with care and skill from locally-sourced and ethical materials where possible.
Just Trade currently works with eight groups of fair trade artisans in Peru, Ecuador, India and Vietnam.