Table and DiningMini Salt Cellar with SpoonMaadili Collective
Table and DiningMini Salt Cellar with SpoonMaadili Collective
Table and DiningMini Salt Cellar with SpoonMaadili Collective
Table and DiningMini Salt Cellar with SpoonMaadili Collective
Table and DiningMini Salt Cellar with SpoonMaadili Collective
Table and DiningMini Salt Cellar with SpoonMaadili Collective
Table and DiningMini Salt Cellar with SpoonMaadili Collective

Mini Salt Cellar with Spoon

Regular price$28.00
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This mini sized Salt Cellar and Spoon set in variable color tones is a wonderful addition to your everyday kitchen use as well as a charcuterie board for entertaining. Hand carved and polished from Ankole cattle horn, the mini salt cellar is perfect for housing sea salts, spices, or sauces.

This unique, hand-crafted horn product is sustainably made from the horns of the Ankole-Watusi, or Ankole Longhorn, a breed of cattle native to western Uganda and parts of East Africa. These distinctive horns are a recycled byproduct of the food industry and are purchased directly from the cattle keepers, providing revenue for local cattle keeping communities. The horn is then hand carved and polished according to Maadili designs by a small scale artisan community.

  • Sustainably sourced horn from rural Ugandan cattle keepers, horn is used and upcycled instead of wasted
  • Hand carved in small scale, Fair Trade artisan cooperative in Uganda
  • High variability of horn color ensures that no two pieces are the same - pieces come in variable shades of white to brown to black
  • Hand wash

HANDMADE IN UGANDA

APPROXIMATE SIZE: 2" x 2"

Shipping Information

Delivery time: 3-5 Days
We accept returns for undamaged, unused products up to 30 days from order receipt.

Raw Material Cost

5 %

Artisan Wages

20 %

Producer Group Margin

45 %

Mission Margin

*goes towards platform operations, order fulfillment, and building equity for the producer ecosystem.
30 %
Maadili Collective is a Fair Trade, social enterprise design company who creates partnerships with small-scale artisan communities where opportunities are limited or non-existent in order to promote economic freedom and stability. Formed in 2018, Maadili Collective works directly with Ugandan and Zambian artisans to co-create ethically produced and sustainably sourced baskets, home decor items and jewelry.

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