We hand pick all of our items for quality, value for money and uniqueness.
Everything we sell meets strict criteria around ethical production which includes both social and environmental criteria. We care about people and the planet and this is reflected in everything well sell and how we operate our business.
Our gorgeous products have mostly been handmade by artisans in Fair Trade cooperatives or enterprises overseas. Because we import most of our products ourselves, you're sure to find something completely unique.
Many items carry the Fair Trade logo and are guaranteed to be fair trade by the World Fair Trade Organisation.
Find out more below about some of the amazing suppliers we work with.
Craft Link is a not–for–profit certified Fair Trade organisation based in Hanoi, Vietnam. They work with traditional craft producers to revive their culture and improve their livelihoods through handicraft production and marketing. Everything they sell has been handmade in remote villages in the western mountain ranges of Vietnam and has been made using traditional techniques.
Manushi Arts is a Fair Trade cooperative based in Kathmandu, Nepal. They are our main supplier of Tibetan prayer flags and malas. All of their products have been handmade by skilled artisans, mostly women from marginalised communities including Tibetan refugees. They use the funds raised to support women through education, training and business support.
Since 1994, Mereville Trust in southern India has been making incense, essential oils and other items, working with artisans in local villages. Their products are all certified Fair Trade and use the finest natural plant extracts. They are a not for profit and help support the Auroville ("City of Dawn") township which has been thriving since 1968.
Nanobags are exclusive to Ethical by Nature in Australia. The product was developed by Ursus Negenborn and Rune Kippervik who embarked on a mission to reshape the way we think about reusable bags and who set out to create the ultimate eco-friendly companion. Their bags are made in a high-tech facility in southern China which follows strict environmental and labour standards.