Among the mountains that encircle the tiny African Kingdom of Swaziland is one that resembles a basking crocodile. At its summit is the world's most ancient iron ore mine, dating back 43,000 years and at its foot is the remote village - Ngwenya- (Siswati name for "crocodile"). Here a small group of Swazi craftsmen and women - with age old artistry - breathe life into enchanting interpretations of the animals and birds of Africa, imbuing each with its own irresistible personality. Each item handmade from 100 % recycled glass!
Not only does this collective support the artisans who create the glassware, but they also donate a percentage of profits from its worldwide sales to the Ngwenya Rhino & Elephant Fund, a wildlife refuge in the Swaziland lowveld.
Holds: 11 Ounces
Made In: Swaziland