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Right down to the last delicious crumb of cobbler, the Fair Feast Napkin is an elegant addition to your table. Featuring an intricate pattern of rust, black and beige, this cotton napkin is hand-printed by makers working with Asha Handicrafts. Meaning hope in Sanskrit, Asha Handicrafts is an Indian fair trade organization that has been working to promote the social and economic development of artisans throughout India for more than 40 years. Asha works with more than 50 producer groups and more than 1,200 makers across India, ensuring that men and women working in this traditional craft receive equal pay for equal work.
Asha Handicrafts AssociationA fair trade organization, Asha represents more than 6,500 artisans in 10 states of India. The association’s name, meaning “hope” in Sanskrit, represents its goal to sustain the marketing ability of individual and family–based artisans. Read more.
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