Tiny coffeewood salt boxes with equally tiny spoons. The lids are hinged and the boxes have small cutouts to accommodate the little spoons. What a great way to serve gourmet salts! Fun for collectors too! These handmade wooden boxes are carved by artisans in Guatemala using reclaimed wood from the roots of coffee bushes. Each is unique, no two are exactly alike! Handmade and Fair Trade.
Measures approximately 1 3/8" H, 1 1/2" W. Spoons measure approximately 2 1/2" L.
Set includes one box and one spoon
Crafted from reclaimed coffee roots
Due to the handmade nature of this product, exact measurements may vary slightly.
UPAVIM Wholesale is a self-run cooperative of women in La Esperanza, Guatemala that provides leadership opportunities, greater economic independence and education for the members and their families. It represents a colorful beacon of hope and pride for many in La Esperanza.
Founded in 1989, UPAVIM Wholesale creates and sells colorful, handcrafted products for markets around the world. Sales of UPAVIM Wholesale’s fair trade goods directly support the cooperative, a full-day kindergarten through 6th grade school, daycare, and a Montessori-based preschool. UPAVIM Wholesale's success in La Esperanza has also fueled the development of a health clinic, tutoring program, local bakery and more.
Facing poverty, crime and violence throughout their neighborhoods, the more than 60 women that represent UPAVIM Wholesale find not only solidarity in a safe space but also a community of love, hope and purpose that aspires to produce generational improvements for one another.