Leila Salad Bowl
Handmade Ceramic Blue and White Palestinian Floral Salad Bowl
Fairtrade and handmade, this deep serving ceramic salad dish is crafted by a local women’s group in Palestine that strive to alleviate local poverty and unemployment, whilst sustaining Palestinian handicraft workmanship traditions. A beautiful addition to your kitchen that is a keeper. Using techniques that date back to ancient Phoenician times, environmentally-friendly recycled materials are used as the base to make these ceramics. Traditionally gifted to newly weds, buy it for yourself or gift it. It would make a great gift idea as housewarming, newlywed, Christmas, birthday, for history fans, folklore item collectors, chef, cooks and friends and family alike.
Please be aware these are handmade so each is unique in style and may vary from piece to piece in terms of measurements and patterns.
Microwave and dishwasher safe.
SO JUST SHOP curates accessories and homewares which create a better world for the women who make them. They thoughtfully source beautiful lifestyle products for their collection from female artisans in vulnerable and marginalised communities in 20 countries across the world.
Their business is built on having fair and ethical relationships with the women they work with. As well as paying a living wage, they offer opportunities for training and upskilling, especially in male-dominated skills. All this helps these talented artisans towards economic empowerment.
It also gives them the education and tools to provide for their families, which has a positive impact across their wider community. And ultimately, the whole country too, since they can make a sustainable and valuable contribution to the economy. It’s all-round good business creating ripples of change far and wide, which we love.
SO JUST SHOP aims to lift 250,000 women and their families out of poverty through their ethical, sustainable products. Products which include block printed wrapping paper produced at a Fairtrade cooperative in Delhi, ceramics made using ancient Palestinian handicraft traditions and stylish upcycled jewellery.