This serving cutlery is not only unique and beautiful, it also makes you feel good!
In Nepal, the traditional food is generally eaten by hand.Recently, at weddings, parties and picnics, the spork, a spoon cum fork, is offered, making it easy to hold the plate in the hand, and yet eat the food.This elegant and timeless serving set is inspired by this simple spork! The material is mixed recycled Brass and Copper. The head is cast and handle hand hammered. The logo is etched by hand. It is handcrafted by traditional metal artisans in the ancient city of Patan in Nepal. The gift box is handmade from Nepali Lokta paper.
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DID YOU KNOW?
1 cup everyday for one year
1 year education in rural areas in Nepal
We like to give our coffee a story, a face and a connection between the farmers and you!
We source them direct from small cooperatives in Kaski, Ilam, Nuwakot, Kavre and Sindhupalchowk Districts in the Mid-hills in Nepal and work closely with the local farmers, to help to improve their livelihoods. Overall we work with more than 800 farmers families.
Every harvest is different depending on climate, farmers and some unforeseeable factors like earthquakes, economic blockade, corona etc. We also add new farmer’s owned cooperatives according to demand. Please ask us whats in our shelf. We are happy to recommend the right coffee for you.