Our ceremonial smudge bowls are made in India from buffalo horn, which is a waste product. Buffalo are as highly regarded as cows in India, and would never be killed for their horns, meat, hides, etc. Horns used to make our smudge bowls are only from animals that have died from natural causes. The unique designs on the bowls are imprinted using a heat process. These bowls are safe for use with our smudges, but are not intended to be used for burning charcoal. Fair Trade. Supports Indigenous Culture. Approx 6.25" x 3.5"
Made by Triloka
India, Fair Trade
Our supplier has long-standing partnerships with Indian Fair Trade groups that supply our handcrafted items. One of the larger groups that supplies our handcrafted items is a member of the Fair Trade organization of India, which is an Indian venture and association of craftspeople and social workers that creates cleaner and safer workshops and work environments. The payment of workers is good and free schooling for the children and healthcare is provided. Needless to say, there is no child labor and children are regularly bailed out of child servitude. Several western and Indian designers support the craftspeople by creating designs suitable for the western marketplace. This organization has been promoting Fair Trade for 20 years and is recognized by the Indian labor ministry.