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HELMI clutch 20x30x20 cm

CHF 175,00
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OFFERER: Mum's, Outi Puro, Helsinki, Finland

Material 100% glass beads
ONE SIZE: 20 x 30 x 20 cm

Delivery time: 1-2 weeks

The handbag "Helmi" is a work of art of glass bead embroidery in India. The cylinder-shaped bag made of pink satin fabric and decorated with real glass beads is a design piece of the brand MUM'S from Finland. 100% handmade, unique and signed by the Indian women. Limited edition available. The width of the bag 20 cm, the height 20 cm, the length 30 cm. 

HELMI- bag was created in cooperation of Mum's and brewery Laitilan Wirvoitusjuomatehdas. Both companies have a great respect for the environment and produce high quality products in an environmentally friendly way. The drinks of Laitilan Wirvoitusjuomatehdas are produced with the help of wind energy, the products of Mum's are handmade. The two companies also have similarities when it comes to feminism: the "Skumppa" sparkling wine drink from Laitilan Wirvoitusjuomatehdas is the image of a modern woman on the drink shelf. Mum's has been employing women in developing countries from the very beginning. The HELMI bag is a link between these two aspects, an ethically produced handbag with a transport-safe inner pocket the size of a "Skumppa" bottle :-D

Outi Puro is an artist and designer, mother of four children, mum of MUM's from Finland. Her art projects took her to Africa in 2006. After the trip, unique works of art, Finnish design combined with ethical production, were presented at exhibitions in Finland and kindly honoured.

Since then Mum's has grown into a sustainable design company employing 40-50 men and women. All products are ethically handmade. The collection consists of wool carpets, wall hangings, pillowcases, blankets - Nordic design meets signed handmade items. Our collection is fair trade, environmentally conscious and ensures a sustainable income for artisans in South Africa, Cambodia, Bolivia and India.

 

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