1. Baskets of Africa

    www.basketsofafrica.comAlbuquerque, NM

    Beautiful, functional, handcrafted Baskets of Africa and more. We work directly with small producer groups in many African nations to source unique and high-quality crafts. You benefit from our decades of experience by receiving quality created, true Fair Trade items for your home, office, display, or other use. Indigenous African designs combined with the dignity, respect, and living wages we supply to weavers shines through in the quality and creativity of these baskets.

  2. Cadeaux du Monde

    www.cadeauxdumonde.comNewport, RI, United States

    Award-winning, online, eclectic, green, Fair Trade international folk art gallery, wearable and decorative art and handcraft. Multicultural workshops. Social media, small business consulting available.

  3. Eco-Brazil Corp./Echo-the-World

    New York, NY

    Assists African, Brazilian, Guatemalan artisans marketing their jewelry, scarves, telephone wire baskets, keychains, holiday ornaments, African/African Diaspora CDs. Emphasizes environmental, social issues. Fair Trade.

  4. Far East Handicrafts

    www.iShopFairTrade.comSeattle, WA

    Importer from craftspeople of Nepal, Tibet, Lao, Cambodia, Vietnam. Est.1988, specializing in handmade paper, stunning singing bowls, mala's, silver, stone, and wood carvings. North America representative for Indochine Natural Soaps of Malaysia. With the Stephen R. Novak Foundation, USA and Joy Foundation, Nepal, sponsors construction and supplies for rural schools and eye and healthcare camps in remote areas of Nepal.

  5. Friends of Tilonia, Inc.

    www.tilonia.comBrooklyn, NY

    Produced by rural artisans, the Tilonia collection of home textiles, gifts, and accessories brings the color and spice of India to the modern home.

  6. Global Village

    globalvillagebillings.orgBillings, MT

    A volunteer, nonprofit organization that sells world handcrafts and offers outreach activities. Proud member of the Fair Trade Federation. www.globalvillagebillings.org

  7. Green Wine Bottles

    www.greenwinebottles.comOregon, WI, United States

    Designed by David Guilfoose, the Green Wine Bottles series is a collection of functional art, sculptures and jewelry made from reclaimed wine bottles.

  8. Ignore 13 Vector Design Studio

    www.justinkovac.comJohnson City, NY

    Designer working in vector graphics to produce 3D laser cut wall constructions. Often artworks are constructed using a multitude of materials to build from including eco friendly materials like hemp fiberboard and bioplastic.

  9. MacroSun International

    www.macrosun.comSt. Louis, MO

    Extensive jewelry, apparel, and accessory collections. Home décor, textiles, incense, and gifts. Artifacts and sacred arts. From our artisan friends throughout South Asia. Building Fair Trade person-to-person since 1991.

  10. Marilyn Anderson/Pro Arte Maya

    www.proartemaya.org/Rochester, NY

    Prints, notecards, and coloring book honoring Guatemalan Maya arts traditions. Helps support Pro Arte Maya Education Project for children in Guatemala.

  11. MayaWorks

    www.mayaworks.orgBerwyn, IL, United States

    Promotes economic development for Maya artisans in Guatemala by creating markets in the US for their handcrafted products. Profits are returned to Guatemala.

  12. Mountcastle International Trading Co.

    www.mountcastle.comSt. Pete Beach, FL, United States

    Since 1985, an importer of handmade ethnic handicrafts created in developing countries. These items are all handmade and fairly traded.

  13. NOVICA

    jewelry.novica.comSanta Monica, CA

    Offers thousands of limited edition and one-of-a-kind handmade gifts, jewelry, and home decor treasures. Purchases directly benefit artisans in the developing world.

  14. Rural Handicrafts Company

    www.ruralhandicrafts.comDunedin, FL

    Handmade products including handbags, yoga bags, bamboo purses, scarves, binis, organic clothes; all at very affordable prices with unbeatable quality and superior customer service.

  15. The Green Seahorse

    www.thegreenseahorse.comSan Francisco, CA

    It is our commitment to make eco-friendly and fairly-traded products available to the public as a commitment to an environmentally sustainable future. We celebrate and empower the earth-friendly practices of the fair-trade artisan marketplace. We believe in the power of a green community to share information and accept into our culture, the great responsibility of conserving energy, reducing waste, and re-using and re-cycling materials.