Made by the Turkana Tribe, each piece is hand-finished to give it the rich, time-worn gleam of an African historical piece.
Each item is smoked in a kiln for a good length of time to create that beautiful, smoky color. These alternate ridges and grooves, prevent cookies or bread from sliding off the tray. and they are fun too bringing that antique décor look at the party. Because of the handmade quality, no two pieces are exactly the same. Disparity in color, shine and size ensure that each piece has its own unique character and beauty. Each reproduction is passed down through generations.
Not dish washer safe. Hand wash and let air dry. Treat with cooking oil for a lasting look.
For every $10 raised, $2 goes towards administrative and managerial costs unless otherwise requested by the donor. Please note that all members of the LAHU-USA team based in the United States and the four Directors based in Uganda are unpaid volunteers. Additionally, there are four support team members that are salaried employees of the organization in Uganda.
Proud members of the Fair Trade Federation!
Our FTF membership means we go further than the fair trade basics. The 360° method is about building a true partnership with our makers and artisans, most of whom are women who run their homes singly. We have joined forces where we work together towards a positive future. Please join our mission - be part of Global Change!