Sisal fiber and sweet grass are handwoven in Rwanda to form the Atelier Vase by KAZI. One or more of these petite vases, will make a globally conscious and stylistic addition to your home, whether tucked on a shelf or grouped with other objects in a display.
- Approximately 3.5” D x 4.5" H
- Made in Rwanda
- Product is made from all natural fibers of sisal and sweet grass
- Organic dyes are used to dye the sisal
- Profiled weaver tag is attached to each product
- Care: Do not submerge in water, wipe gently with damp cloth.
*All products are made by hand with love and vary slightly in color and size.
See our KAZI collection here.
Do you offer free shipping?
We offer free shipping for purchases shipped to a U.S. address for purchase amounts $75 and over.
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The quality is excellent and the colors of this sarong are beautiful! Thank you!!
I love the message, color and size of this bag. It's perfect for summer.
I found out about Sibilia from another site, but I found a better price with the Lucette Collection. I got my earrings within a few days and they were even prettier than the picture. They are light and not overwhelmingly large. I've already received compliments. I also appreciated the special gift that was included in my purchase. It was a great customer service touch.
I cannot say enough good things about this throw. The colors and pattern are lovely. It’s soft and lightweight and perfect for afternoons relaxing on the sofa or recliner with a good book and glass of iced tea!
These are my new go-to earrings. They go with everything I wear, and the white iridescent color is so pretty. I get so many compliments whenever I wear them.
I’m so pleased with my purchase! ElenaH
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"I also appreciated the special gift that was included in my purchase. It was a great customer service touch."