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Keep your bread warm and toasty with this handcrafted bread warmer. Bangladeshi artisans whitewash and incise terracotta stone with timeless design patterns. Wrap your bread in a tea towel or place it directly on the stone, and you're ready to serve. The stone sits within a handwoven kaisa grass basket. Terracotta warmer is oven-safe.
Why you'll love it: Your purchase of this ethically made product offers safe employment for women in rural Bangladesh with few opportunities for steady work. Women are empowered through handicraft production, animal husbandry, and small job creation projects.
Use and Care instructions: Rinse before first use—dry well. Preheat oven to 350°F. Place terracotta stone in the oven and bake for 10 minutes. Do not put the basket in the oven. Handling carefully, place the stone in the basket. For best results, wrap food in a towel and place it on the warmer. To clean, rinse with water. Not dishwasher safe.
Materials: Kaisa grass, terracotta
Dimensions: 12"L x 8"W
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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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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.
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.