Hot Toddy Mug
Our nonprofit partner works with Vietnamese artisans to generate income, with a focus on ethnic minorities, street children and artisans with disabilities. They help artisan groups design new products, develop marketing opportunities, sells artisans’ handicrafts locally, and exports their handicrafts to fair trade organizations and commercial companies around the world. The organization’s goals include cultural preservation, public education on traditional handicraft, income generation for small-scale Vietnamese artisans and acquiring new markets. Artisans working with Craft Link receive tools, interest-free loans, education, training and literacy classes.
With every item purchased with us, a tree is planted in partnership with the National Forest Foundation.
Vietnamese pottery and ceramics has a long history spanning back to thousands of years ago, including long before Chinese domination, as archeological evidence supports. Vietnamese potters combined indigenous and Chinese elements, but also experimented with both original and individual styles as well as incorporated features from other cultures, such as Cambodia, India and Champa. Vietnamese ceramics were an essential part of the trade between Vietnam and its neighbors during pre-modern times through all the dynasties.
Details + Dimensions
3" x 5"
spoon is 7"
holds approximately 8 fluid ounces
dishwasher and microwave safe
What is #peopleplanetpreservation
At AMERICAN NOMAD we pledge that each item we curate will always:
protect our planet
be a patron for people and
preserve art forms and cultures
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