Flor Coaster - Natural (Set of 6)

$58.00
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These handmade coasters are the perfect addition to your desk and table. Handmade using 100% natural fiber "Toquilla straw" (paja toquilla), not only are they an eco buy, but the natural texture and dyed coloring make them a great fit for any room too.
They will absorb any condensation from your drinks and also perfect for candles, or even your plants!

Include a Complimentary gift "Cotton Drawstring Pouch" handmade by Bangladesh Women Artisans. - Perfect Sustainable Gift for Earth-Loving Lovers! 

Each product is designed and curated by Korissa, sustainably handmade by women artisans in Ecuador.

☁️ Size: Approximately 6”round
☁️ Material: 100% Toquilla straw
☁️ Color: Marigold and Natural
☁️ Handmade by women in Ecuador
☁️ Fair Trade & ethically-sourced
☁️ Due to hand-crafted nature, slight variation will occur in design, color, and size.

Care: Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Do not rub stains or spills from your coaster as this may spread the stain and loosen the fibers. Be sure to dry properly after water damage. Keep out of direct sunlight, or jute fabric color can change and fade.

**Orders are fulfilled and shipped by KORISSA. Product description written by KORISSA.

 

✨ Meet the Brand - KORISSA

KORISSA was founded in 2017 by two Interior Designer moms living in New York City. The company was founded with a goal of offering environmentally and socially responsible handmade goods and encouraging the modern shopper to purchase consciously.

KORISSA partners with four artisans organizations in Bangladesh that operate according to fair trade principles to create conscious products made from eco-friendly and sustainable materials. They are committed to building up relationships with their artisans, while working together to preserve the culture and history while providing our artisans access to fair wages, broader markets, and secure, sustainable livelihoods. Through purchasing any of their unique, hand-made products, you are supporting women in low-income communities. 

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