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Handmade Embroidery Jewelry Wooden Box

Traditional Yao Minority Motif Jewelry Wooden Box

Size: 16cmx16cmx8cm(outside)

Material: Cotton, Wood

One of a kind and the Last One!

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USD65.00

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Handmade Embroidery Jewelry Wooden Box <p><span style="font-size: 14pt;">About the product:</span></p> <p><span style="font-size: 12pt;">This beautiful jewelry box is the perfect combination of a piece of handmade embroidery and a handcrafted wood box. The design of the embroidery motif comes from Yao people's traditonal pattern used on clothing or home decoration. </span></p> <p><span style="font-size: 14pt;">Artisans Story:</span></p> <p><span style="font-size: 12pt;">The Yao people live in Guizhou province. Their earliest written record dated back to the Ming Dynasty. They only have language in spoken form. Women memorialize their ancestors and picture their expectations through embroidery. Their main income is from farming, which is about USD 100 per year. In this fair trade community, they work very hard to make better living through their traditional skills.</span></p> <p><span style="font-size: 14pt;">Impact on Artisans Live:</span></p> <p><span style="font-size: 12pt;">Since 2004, JBR has started working with women from HeBei Village, Guizhou. JBR provided the design while the women worked on the embroidery. Since then, there have been more than 100 women participated in the project and their income has been accumulated more than ten thousand US dollars. They used the income to pay for children's titution fee, electrical applicance. Also, they used the social premium from JBR to install a new speaker for the village radio station so that villagers will have more chances to communicate.</span></p>
USD65.00

About the product:

This beautiful jewelry box is the perfect combination of a piece of handmade embroidery and a handcrafted wood box. The design of the embroidery motif comes from Yao people's traditonal pattern used on clothing or home decoration. 

Artisans Story:

The Yao people live in Guizhou province. Their earliest written record dated back to the Ming Dynasty. They only have language in spoken form. Women memorialize their ancestors and picture their expectations through embroidery. Their main income is from farming, which is about USD 100 per year. In this fair trade community, they work very hard to make better living through their traditional skills.

Impact on Artisans Live:

Since 2004, JBR has started working with women from HeBei Village, Guizhou. JBR provided the design while the women worked on the embroidery. Since then, there have been more than 100 women participated in the project and their income has been accumulated more than ten thousand US dollars. They used the income to pay for children's titution fee, electrical applicance. Also, they used the social premium from JBR to install a new speaker for the village radio station so that villagers will have more chances to communicate.