Covid-19 Update - 30th May
Our service remains unaffected and we continue to produce and deliver your parcels on time or even earlier than advertised. Most of our staff are now working from home except for a small team of skeleton staff working in production/manufacturing. We continue to ensure all staff adhere to government advised physical distancing, hygiene and handwashing measures during the working day.
Lockdown: Customers can opt to have their parcel delivered directly to your friends and loved ones where you can also leave specific delivery instructions during checkout by stating "leave in front porch", "leave near back door", etc.
We deeply appreciate your continued support for our brand and if you have any questions then please do get in touch.
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We truly love what we do.
We love to design new and unique products, producing new graphic designs, researching new technology, using and developing new materials, finding more artisans to work with whilst maintaining our sustainability and no plastic vision.....and we are adding to our range all the time!
Weddings, anniversaries, engagements & housewarmings.
Gifts for those special people in your life.
Our olive & mango wood is taken from very old trees that have come to the end of their natural fruiting life. This wood, instead of being discarded or used as firewood, is bought from the fruit farmers to make our beautiful range of boards and accessories. The farmer uses this injection of capital to buy younger, more productive, trees which allows them to continue employing members of their own family and that of the local community in some of the poorest regions of the world.
All our leather is a by-product of the Nepalese food industry and very much embraces our sustainability vision. The leather is coloured using natural vegetable dye and we insist that no chemicals are used in any of the processes. The paper is made from the "Lokta" shrub, made by hand in the same way as papyrus and is produced in Nepal using traditional ancient paper making techniques, dating back thousands of years. It is a completely renewable material (treeless) as the plant grows again from the same root system. It is acid free, unlined, has a very low environmental impact and can only be found above 3000m in the Himalayan mountains.