Horn Salad Tongs by Atelier Calla from Haiti

$22.00
  • horn salad tongs from Haiti, fair trade, handmade

Horn Salad Tongs by Atelier Calla from Haiti

$22.00

Made out of sustainably sourced horn, these salad tongs are made are not only beautiful, they are practical. I love to call this functional art. Because of the unique variation in horn, each set is a one of a kind! You may not get the set pictured, but rest assured you will get an equally beautiful set. Please note that each piece as a line on it, this is where the rounded piece is fused to the handle. This would make a beautiful gift!

Care instructions: hand wash using warm water and soap and dry immediately. Do not put it in the dishwasher. 

Dimensions: 11.5 inches

Atelier Calla opened their workshop in Haiti in 2011 as a way to show people the love of Christ. Christelle, a banker of 12 years, was determined to give her artisans dignified employment; a safe environment to work in, a steady paycheck, and a meal. They started with 4 artisans and now have grown to 6 full time employees. I love how Christelle has imparted ownership to her artisans, they work together as a team to ensure all orders are fulfilled on time and with utmost quality. But what I love the most is how she is investing in the person and not just the work they can perform. Is it more work? Absolutely, but the results are lasting.

Empowering people. Changing lives.


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Made out of sustainably sourced horn, these salad tongs are made are not only beautiful, they are practical. I love to call this functional art. Because of the unique variation in horn, each set is a one of a kind! You may not get the set pictured, but rest assured you will get an equally beautiful set. Please note that each piece as a line on it, this is where the rounded piece is fused to the handle. This would make a beautiful gift!

Care instructions: hand wash using warm water and soap and dry immediately. Do not put it in the dishwasher. 

Dimensions: 11.5 inches

Atelier Calla opened their workshop in Haiti in 2011 as a way to show people the love of Christ. Christelle, a banker of 12 years, was determined to give her artisans dignified employment; a safe environment to work in, a steady paycheck, and a meal. They started with 4 artisans and now have grown to 6 full time employees. I love how Christelle has imparted ownership to her artisans, they work together as a team to ensure all orders are fulfilled on time and with utmost quality. But what I love the most is how she is investing in the person and not just the work they can perform. Is it more work? Absolutely, but the results are lasting.

Empowering people. Changing lives.