Accompany Gift Guide

Want to make someone blush this holiday? Give a gift in the shade of the season: soft pink. From stylish accessories that pop in this fresh accent color to home goods that glisten with a trendy rose gold tint, these curated goods are all handmade by artisans in communities around the globe — for uniquely vibrant presents that will continue to bring comfort and joy all year round.

Accompany Gift Guide

 1. Dejan Earrings$50
Lightweight statement drop earrings in a subtle ombre, handmade in ECUADOR from hand cut tagua

2. Clay Pela Scarf$138
Floral print and geometric borders in clay, chartreuse, cobalt blue and dark teal, 100% Crepe Silk hand screen printed in INDIA

3. Rose Gold Hula Bracelet$28
Individually wrapped tassels finished with rose gold plated wire, a portion of profits supports Escuelita de Sonia in MEXICO

4. Praia Bag$225
Mini crochet bag from Rachel Comey, handmade in PERU, 100% pink and red cotton woven body

5. Daft Fanny Pack$325
Small leather fanny pack from Rachel Comey featuring painted pink snake motif, handmade in PERU

6. Sheba Fuchsia Hat, $250
Handmade by A Peace Treaty artisans in PERU with cruelty free baby alpaca fur

7. Mugavu Serving Board, $165
Crafted from mugavu and soapstone, hand carved by fair trade woodworkers in Kampala, UGANDA 

8. Split Plateau Basket$75
Handwoven from locally sourced, hand-dyed natural sweetgrass and sisal by artisans in RWANDA

9. Soapstone Mug$35
Individually crafted from start to finish by a group of hand-chiselers in a fair trade environment in the Tabaka Hills of KENYA

10. Savannah Alpaca Throw$115
Handmade in ECUADOR from Peruvian Alpacas fibers, the throws are luxuriously soft and warm, making them must have accessories for those chilly nights indoors

11. Louise Enameled Vases$35
Copper-plated finish and enamel wrapped, handmade in INDIA

12. Salmon Kharetsa Spiral Aloe Basotho Heritage Blanket$140
Handcrafted in SOUTH AFRICA from 50% wool and 50% Draylon blended yarn, named after the spiral aloe which is only found in the Maluti Mountains of Lesotho


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