Artisans and Adventurers Indian Block Printed Cotton Eye Mask 'Monkey Puzzle' with pouch
Artisans and Adventurers Indian Block Printed Cotton Eye Mask 'Monkey Puzzle' lifestyle shot showing mask and ouch on a side table
Artisans and Adventurers Indian Block Printed Cotton Eye Mask 'Monkey Puzzle' showing how pattern is block printed
$28.00

Artisans and Adventurers

Indian Block Printed Cotton Eye Mask 'Monkey Puzzle'

SKU: 43548

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Get some shut eye with the 100% cotton eye mask. This mask is sure to help you dream of tropical islands and coral reefs. Apparently sleeping against soft pure cotton also helps to reduce wrinkles around the eyes, what's not to love?

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- Produced in collaboration with a family-owned Indian textile company based in Jaipur, who follow eco-friendly and fair trade practices.
- Eye Mask measures approx 8" x 4"
- Pouch measures approx 4 1/4" x 4 1/2"
- Made in India.

Ingredients + Benefits

100% Indian Cotton, Natural dyes.

Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.

Brand Info

Craft development expert Bee Friedmann first met designer, Amy Fleuriot Reade while walking their dogs Hiro and Wolf, in London Fields Park in Hackney. Bee and Amy quickly discovered a common love for design, animals and adventure, and set off together on a six week product development trip to Kenya.

The brand officially launched in the Summer of 2013 with a collection of vibrant, ethically made jewelry and has grown to include homeware, decorations and art designed by Amy and sourced by Bee from artisans around the world. Currently working with 32 artisan groups between Africa, India and the UK, Artisans & Adventurers gives traditional craft modern appeal by combining their unique aesthetic with a love of color and print.

The Kent-based brand produces its collections in collaboration with small-scale artisans and craft groups that would otherwise not have access to international markets. One such group in Kenya offers people with physical disabilities the opportunity for better livelihoods through training and employment.
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