Set of Three Boxed Tall Hand-Painted Candles Farih Design - Nobunto
This set of three candles, hand-painted by South African artisans, arrives in a recycled cardboard box. Each candle is 9 inches tall by 0.75 inches in diameter.
Meet the Artisans
NOBUNTO is a South African Fair Trade company that creates high quality hand-painted candles, ceramics and handcrafted greeting cards with the utmost attention to detail using mainly African inspired designs. Their mission is, in a region with high unemployment, to alleviate poverty, not only through development of industry but to be socially, ethically, and sustainably responsible.
Based in the small village Napier, about 180 km east of Cape Town, NOBUNTO has provided employment to mostly woman of the disadvantaged community and guarantees an income for over 18 families. The unemployment rate in the area is in the region of 50%. The word NOBUNTO comes from the Sotho language, meaning "For the people".
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my first purchase was a journal....and I bought it because a dear friend is a vendor of Fair Trade. At worst I would have rated the journal divine. The best was yet to come. I have since then made an additional 3 purchases of Fair Trade products. I have not since then made a purchase based on my relationship with the vendor.....I have discovered, quite quickly, that each product has been at the very least a lesson....if not immersion....in other culture. I have learned valuable lessons about my need to tote an excessive number of articles I haven't referenced in decades... (wallet).......one taught me patience........every purchase has been an art form to be studied and appreciated. But that's just me.