Wooden mobiles representing poetic flying birds & dragons They come from fair trade, entirely handmade, hand painted in natural materials: wood, hemp and Amazonian tagua nuts.

Tulia’s Artisan Gallery offers fair wages and meaningful work in a safe environment to Colombian victims of forced displacement. By adding a touch of poetry to your interior, you will also support cultural preservation projects for the Wounaan indigenous tribe; a people particularly affected by the Colombian armed conflict. For the production of each mobile, wooden panels are cut by hand, then painted by hand. The cords are made of natural hemp. The decorations are organic tagua nuts (vegetable ivory) These mobiles are distributed in EU by FAIR MOMS a very small social enterprise


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    • 09/08/2020 Engaged alongside Australia's largest wildlife rescue organization
      In less than a year, WIRES volunteers have accepted more than 26,000 rescues and continue to help sick, injured and orphaned native animals every day. this AW20 Fair Moms is joining forces with the WIRES association to help save and rebuild this natural heritage, donating 10% of its sales of Rosalbin Cockatoo mobiles from Tulia’s Artisan Gallery and Koala soft toys from Kenana Knitters.
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