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Mukhendu Circular Tray

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This beautiful, eco-chic tray was handcrafted with sustainably harvested mango wood and ethically sourced bone. The 8" circular tray base is hand-carved from sustainably harvested mango wood using age-old Indian wood crafting techniques. Each bone tile is expertly hand-carved from ethically sourced bone. Master artisans skillfully inlay bone tiles with brass bar elements by hand to achieve this refined mosaic design. This handcrafted tray is intentionally designed to add beauty and convenience to serving and hosting, or as décor. Style this chic tray on your dresser, bathroom counter, bedside table, or why not set it out for serving tidbits at your next gathering.

Why you'll love it: Your purchase of this hand-carved, sustainably harvested mango wood tray provides sustainable employment for Indian artisans.

Materials: Mango wood, bone, brass

Dimensions: 8" L x 8" W x 1" H

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Fair trade products are primarily handcrafted and made from natural, sustainable, and recycled materials, therefore slight imperfections and color variations may occur.

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We ship only within the United States. When you place an order, we will estimate shipping and delivery dates for you based on the availability of your items and the shipping options you choose. Orders are processed and shipped within 24 hours. Please note that we do not ship on Saturdays, Sundays, or holidays that are nationally observed. Orders are shipped via UPS or through the U.S. Postal Service to home addresses, business addresses, and P.O. Boxes.

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Fair Wage

Artisans are paid a fair wage for their work breaking the cycle of poverty and working towards brighter futures.


Products are created using only materials that are natural, local, or sustainable.

Socially Conscious

Promotion of gender equality, equal pay for equal work. and free from discrimination, forced labor, and child labor.


Artisans preserve culture by handcrafting pieces with traditional art forms passed down for generations.