Handmade in Rwanda
Strong and beautifully handwoven, these napkin rings are crafted by women artisans in Rwanda using natural sisal and sweetgrass fibers. With each woven stitch, there is a uniqueness and style that will make these napkin ring holders a charming accent to your dining room setting. Meaningfully and purposefully designed.
While caring for your napkin rings do not submerge in water to preserve the natural fibers, use a damp cloth to wipe or spot clean. Avoid using chemicals or detergents. Keep out of direct sunlight for long periods of time to avoid natural fading. When storing for more than 2 weeks, keep in a temperature-controlled environment.
**All products are made by hand with love and vary slightly in color and size.**
1.5” D x 1.3” H
About the Artisan Group
Blending a passion for sustainable development, business acumen and a strong work ethic, Alicia Wallace and Greg Stone founded Kazi Good in 2013 to create jobs & markets to alleviate poverty in Africa. Traditionally artisan development and handmade production in Africa has been fragmented and not capable of scalability. All Across Africa’s unique innovative model of high volume, high artisan impact provides the highest wages in the region to thousands of artisans.