artisans in Kenya use a wet-sanding technique to carve these whimsical St. Nick sculptures out of soapstone
dyed using natural dyes
due to handmade nature, sizes vary slightly
approximate dimensions: 2" x 4"
Who made this?
Please read this quote below, from Bonface Okeyo, director of Tabaka Chigware Youths Self Help Group, one of our newest artisan partner groups who we began partnering with during the pandemic. Each purchase you make provides more safe, living wage work for this wonderful community, in high need through this time of global crisis and recovery.
"Tabaka area people depends on soapstone handcrafts production to get their daily meal but due to outbreak of corona virus worldwide.some of have us we do not have anyway on how we can get our foods since there is no order coming in that easy.
TABAKA CHIGWARE YOUTHS SELF HELP GROUP as part of tabaka community for caring of artisans we decided to give out fabric/cloths face mask 150 pcs face mask phase one and the second phase come out. As well did 50 litres hand washing 3 packet located in 3 places of tabaka including tabaka B MARKET.
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