Octagon Marble Tealight Holders with Blue Buds (Pair), "Floral Alliance in Blue"
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Elegantly crafted from white marble, this pair of octagonal tealight holders from Raj Kumari and Raja Ram of India provides functional and stylish decor for your home. The two tealight holders feature a vibrant floral design that portrays the progression of a flower's growth. A blue flower is displayed at the center of each side, surrounded by two smaller buds. Deep orange and red accents add contrast against the white background.
- 0.54 kgs
- 1.2 lbs
- Each (2): 2.5 cm H x 8 cm W x 8 cm D
- Each (2): 1" H x 3.1" W x 3.1" D
- Marble, synthetic stones
- Hand-crafted item -- color, size and/or motif may vary slightly
- For use with tealights only
- Never leave a burning candle unattended
- Surface may become warm or hot during use; place on a protected surface
- Keep away from children and pets
- Tealights not included
- Free Gift Wrap? Yes
- Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
- Made in India.
- Certified and shipped by our office in India
Novica sales are instrumental to this family's survival, accounting for 50 percent of their monthly income. They are a dedicated family of artisans who continually struggle to make ends meet.
Raja Ram is from Agra, home to the Taj Mahal. Like many in Agra, he learned the art of marble carving and inlay at an early age. Years later when his children were grown, he taught this art to his wife, Raj Kumari. They love this centuries-old intricate Indian craft and hope that their children and grandchildren continue it.
Raja Ram has a daily struggle to manage his chronic diabetes. It has impacted his work and the income from his workshop is diminishing. He and his wife struggle to make ends meet.
Raj Kumari and Raja Ram has received 3 microcredit loans with 0% interest from Kiva and Novica, the first for $500 and the most recent for $400.
Raj and Raja's son is grown and educated but Raj and Raja now help with the educational expenses of their two grandchildren.
The income from their workshop provides for the entire family, which includes their son and two grandchildren.
The Women's Empowerment badge is awarded to female artisans or artisan groups that are led by women.