Giraffe Akha Keyring

You’ll love it because: Colourful colours and bold shapes makes this an easy way to keep track of your keys. As an ornament, it will make your Christmas tree glow!

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$5.50

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Christmas ornament? Keyring? Decoration for any hook or door knob? There are countless ways to use this cute giraffe made by Akha artisans in Phongsaly Province. A big part of the Village Weavers Project is to collaborate with artisans to come up with new products.

Our collection of eco-friendly, plastic-free ornaments, keyrings and toys is an example of a collaboration that is sustainable and income-generating. Made by Akha artisans through our Village Weavers Project.

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Weight200 g
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