We’re swooning over these fair trade home goods by Musae Imports. They come from around the world and are collected by History Professor Kisha Turner. Shop them in person at Pop Shop Houston Festival or shop them online.
Items from Left to Right & Top to Bottom:
24″ Haitian Steel Drum Tree of Life Sculpture
Vintage Banjara Fringed Boho Bag
Hand Stitched Ikat Kantha Quilts
Moroccan Sculpted Leather Cross-Body Bucket Bag
Hand Stitched Traditional Kantha Quilts
Teak Wood Stand Candle
Turkish Kilim & Leather Convertible Crossbody Clutch with Antique Pendant
Moroccan Hand Cut Embossed Leather Satchel
Turquoise Floral Suzani Embroidered Tote Bag
Balinese Handcarved and Handpainted Beeswax Candle
From Bali to Africa and Haiti to India, you can see them all together through Musae Imports.
Musae Imports partners with artisan collectives worldwide. Their goods are never mass-produced and are very often one-of-a-kind. As an advocate for ethical business practices, Musae also seeks business partners engaged in Alternative Trade Organizations (ATOs) and Fair Trade efforts to protect and promote global artisans and stimulate the economies in developing nations.
These bright colors and prints on top of prints and more prints are irresistable. Prices range from $25 to $90 on baskets, candles, blankets, art, leather goods and lots more.
Visit Musae Imports at Pop Shop Houston Festival.