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Sea Turtle Metal Wall Art - Caribbean Craft
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Their artisans make beautiful, decorative wall art pieces from discarded materials. Transporting visitors from around the world to the island in the West Indies via the magic of the Caribbean arts and crafts scene.

Produced with love in Port au Prince, Haiti, the great inventiveness of these wall sculptures can breathe life into any home design with pops of bold color and whimsical form.

Dedicated to supporting the Caribbean arts and crafts scene by providing fair wages and working conditions for its artisans. The company's fair trade products are produced with great care, and they can add a touch of island heritage style indoors, outdoors or anywhere that needs a dash of inspiration.

Artisans create wall sculptures from recycled materials such as license plates, bottle caps, and spent bullet casings. The result is a vibrant display that is both eco-friendly and stylish. So whether you’re looking for a fun way to liven up your living space or a truly one-of-a-kind gift, Caribbean Crafts has something for everyone.

Founded in 1990 to help address Haiti's high unemployment rates. The West Indies home décor company does this by training Haitian artisans. Providing design assistance of all kinds in Port au Prince and beyond. Blending islands heritage tradition with vibrant designs and organic form, while opening up new export markets for artisan makers.

Inspired by nature

Reflected in the vibrant colors and patterns of their home decorative wall art sculptures. The company works to preserve Haiti's cultural heritage by partnering with local artisans to design fresh and innovative pieces that draw from ancient and traditional techniques with a lot of heart.

Design products to be uniquely enjoyable — offering beauty and light to your home interior — bringing it to life with the magic work of Haitian artisans

A great way to support the island of Haiti and its people, because everything is handmade with great skills and a lot of heart. Producing design objects of great creativity — infused with islands culture and heritage. So you're helping communities thrive while also getting beautiful, one-of-a-kind home decor items.

Caribbean Crafts is committed to three main things: social responsibility, environmental sustainability, and fair trade practices. So you can be sure that your purchase is helping to improve the lives of Haitian artisans and their families. But they're not just focused on helping its own team members; the company is also dedicated to giving back to its community.

If you're looking for fair trade gifts or home decor items, we highly recommend checking out Caribbean Crafts home décor collections. You'll love their beautiful handcrafted products AND you'll be supporting a company with a strong commitment to social responsibility, environmental sustainability, islands tradition and culture. Win-win-win!

Here at Wanderlost and Found, we love working with Caribbean Craft because of their commitment to social responsibility and their dedication to environmental sustainability.

Founded by Magalie Noel Dresse, it's a woman-owned company based in Haiti that is devoted to helping Haitian artisans earn fair wages and providing them with benefits like health and accident insurance, a pension system, and more.

After the devastating earthquake of 2010, they launched a successful meal program that fed over 300 artisans for several years. The company also collaborated with World Vision to train and give paid work to 1300 refugees artisans who transformed discarded materials into simple jewelry and paper maché products.

In 2011, with the help of the Clinton Foundation,they started a literacy program for artisans and workers to learn to read. By 2014 the entire team could read and write.

We love working with companies like Caribbean Craft that are making a positive impact on the world!

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