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Brand: Azeti InteriorsMaterial: Recycled aluminiumHomewares type: Bowl
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These lovely little dishes are hand made in India from recycled aluminium, but unlike all our other recycled aluminium products, they have a gold crackle effect enamelling on the outside as well as the inside.
Choose from classic white or subtle grey for the enamel interior, and from two sizes.
The small bowl measures approx 10cm long and 9cm wide. They are approx 6cm deep.
The larger bowl measures approx 13.5cm long, 12cm wide and 8cm deep.
Safe for use with cold foods, they're a lovely way to serve nuts, sweets and olives, but don't put them in a dishwasher.
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Royal Mail 1st Class delivery costs £3 in the UK for orders up to £10 and is free for orders over £10
Customers outside of the UK will have their order shipped by Royal Mail's International Standard service. The cost for delivery depends on the weight of the goods you are purchasing, and ranges from £2.00 to £8.00 per item - you can see the exact cost of shipping in the Shopping Basket before you checkout.
Non-UK customers have the option to upgrade the delivery service to Royal Mail's 'International Tracked & Signed' or 'International Signed' service, for an additional fee of £5.50.
Estimated delivery times are 3 to 5 working days to Europe, and up to 7 working days for the Rest of the World.
Azeti Interiors have been members of BAFTS for several years and comply with the Ten Principles of Fair Trade. Here's what they say:We pride ourselves on being socially and ethically responsible, and following the principles of Fair trade.
Azeti is a family run business, trading in hand-made homewares and serve ware. The items we sell have been chosen for their aesthetic qualities and craftsmanship and rather uniquely because it allows us to support the communities from which they originate.Wiltshire based Alexander Mayer, created Azeti in 2007 simply because he wanted to be his own boss. Not entirely sure what to sell, Ali sought inspiration from India, the sights, sounds and colours of which had entranced him since his teenage travels there. “On one of my trips I came across a row of small artisan shops in a suburb of Delhi selling beautiful and richly coloured aluminium and enamel bowls.”These became the first Azeti import and range; a glorious collection of highly polished recycled Aluminium serve ware with bright enamel finishing, for which Azeti is still the exclusive distributors. “The best seller in this range is the brushed bowls and we've recently added to this range. What I love most about these products though is that I have seen the impact our sales are having on the communities that make them. As a result of making and selling these beautiful objects, homes and families have been greatly improved.”
In 2018 the Azeti brand became part of Tilnar Art who have continued to innovate and create gorgeous new designs while supporting the same group of artisans and retaining the fair trade ethos which has always been important to Azeti.
Tilnar Art was formed in 2005 by Tom Hawes. Tom gave up a career as a successful London Solicitor to form Tilnar Art as he wanted to help many of the artists he had met on his various trips to Zimbabwe. Tilnar stands for 'This Is Life Not A Rehearsal' and Tom passionately believes you should, where possible, work in areas that you are passionate about and enjoy.
These products are made in India from 100% recycled aluminium, saving 90% of the energy when compared to using new aluminium from bauxite.
The spent aluminium products are melted down and poured into moulds created in sand - this is a time-honoured tradition in this area of India.
Once cooled, the sand mould is removed, the aluminium is polished and the enamel is applied by hand. Finally a food safe lacquer is applied.
The supplier in Northern India was established by two brothers in 1992 and now employs over 100 men and women on permanent contracts all working in-house.
Nobody under 18 is employed and men and women are paid the same. In addition, and unusually for India, sick pay, paid breaks and contributions to children's education are part of the system here.
Safe for cold foods.
Not dishwasher safe.
Customers are advised not to display these products on window sills or in conservatories as colours may fade in direct sunlight.
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