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Handmade paper pulp bowl

£16.00

It’s the colours that get you first, with Quazi. They’re bold without being brash and they catch your eye and then you’re hooked.

The workshop in Mbabane, Eswatini is run entirely by women - all working together to produce incredible homewares and jewellery, often from recycled materials.

These bowls are a brilliant example of how Quazi reuse and remake.They have a partnership with a local magazine distributor and pulp unsold copies to use in their work. Made from paper pulp, dried in the sun, these bowls are perfect as they are - or if you must put something in them, make it something pretty.

We love how Quazi’s homewares look like something you would find in an art gallery, with their almost-irregular shapes and bright simplicity. It’s also appealing to know you can bring that same gallery vibe to your house without having to spend several thousand pounds along the way. 

Also important: the work and the training they provide for women in Eswatini, who are able to work in safe and fair conditions and help themselves and their families.

Handmade paper pulp bowl dyed with pigment, painted inside and varnished with an eco varnish. Please wipe with damp cloth to clean. Not safe for food.

It’s the colours that get you first, with Quazi. They’re bold without being brash and they catch your eye and then you’re hooked.

The workshop in Mbabane, Eswatini is run entirely by women - all working together to produce incredible homewares and jewellery, often from recycled materials.

These bowls are a brilliant example of how Quazi reuse and remake.They have a partnership with a local magazine distributor and pulp unsold copies to use in their work. Made from paper pulp, dried in the sun, these bowls are perfect as they are - or if you must put something in them, make it something pretty.

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Quazi Design

A design studio in Eswatini, Africa, recycling paper into homewares and fashion with incredible results
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