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How cute is our little Mumba elephant?
Our limited-edition rag dolls are the result of a collaboration with Fairtrade Delhi based studio SilaiWali, a social enterprise who creates handcrafted dolls made by Afghan refugees in India by upcycling textile scraps. Through their motto: “A stitch against waste | A stitch for freedom”, Silaiwali’s handmade doll collections draw attention to the issue of textile waste and the livelihoods of displaced women.
Working in partnership with Fair Trade Forum India and the UNHCR, they currently provide sustainable incomes for around 90 artisans who craft these beautiful dolls bringing inspiration from their homeland and aiming to celebrate cultural diversity.
Each piece is cut, stitched and embroidered in Silaiwali's beautiful studio in Delhi, a small space with a big purpose.
Limited Edition. Once it is gone it is gone!
Made by a social enterprise who is a WFTO Fair Trade Member.
Mumba wears a traditional Indian kurta and trouser set in our hand block printed stripe design, made from our collection's remnants. The top also features two tone handmade tassels.
47cm x 13cm.
Comes with a handmade quilted mattress, pillow & bedsheet made with up-cycled waste fabric from the textile industry.
Presented in a foldable recycled cardboard box.
Home-décor, not suitable for small children.
*Please note that each doll is individually made. You may find slight variations in pattern and colour. We believe these add charm and tell a story, making each product unique.
The delivery options for this item are listed below (if it doesn't state 'Express delivery' then that option is not available for this product). As soon as you place your order, this small business will spring into action, get it ready and send it out... (and you can feel wonderful for supporting them).
Delivery options available
Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 10th - 12th December
For more information about delivery or returning items, please take a look at our Delivery & Returns page.
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Hello, I am Noa. During my career as a designer, I have travelled to India extensively and worked with iconic brands such as Anokhi, who introduced me to the wonders of block printing. I started ai.no.ah to celebrate craftsmanship, collaborating with artisans to create collections inspired by traditional crafts paired with contemporary sensibility. The focus behind the brand is on small-scale ethical production, creating sustainable, unique and beautiful styles.