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Adina Shawl (White & Lime) & Zanele Necklace (Lime & Teal) Bundle

Adina Shawl (White & Lime) & Zanele Necklace (Lime & Teal) Bundle

Regular price $79.00
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Our Adina Shawl is a gorgeous, lightweight, pure white 100% linen shawl with a pop of colour in evenly spaced thin stripes. Adina means 'delicate' in Amharic and that's exactly what it is. This shawl is hand woven on a traditional loom in Ethiopia and dyed using local plants and herbs, finished with a modern raw-cut edge.  

The Zanele necklace is a beautiful piece of Fair Trade jewellery, lovingly handmade in South Africa.  It features intricate beadwork in stunning colour combinations.   One necklace can take approximately two days to make. 

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About the Maker

Our textile supplier is a member of the World Fair Trade Organization and operates a wonderful facility in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Their workforce is 50% women, and 75% of the management positions are held by women.

Spinners and weavers are employed in a safe, supportive, and comfortable environment.

Textiles are hand-made using cotton, linen and silk and techniques inspired by ancient weaving traditions. All of the dyes are eco-friendly and made of local plants, herbs, and natural products.

Learn more about the artisans who created these beautiful Fair Trade textiles, here.

Materials & Dimensions

Shawl: 100% linen, 70 x 200cm
Necklace: Glass beads and nylon thread. L 57cm approx

Care Instructions

Shawl: cool machine wash, line dry, cool iron
Necklace: Wipe with a soft cloth


We ship worldwide using Australia Post. Postage cost is calculated at checkout. Orders are packed with love by our Hamlin volunteers and usually dispatched within three working days.

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Gifts that Give Back

When you purchase from the Hamlin Shop, you are receiving ethical products handmade by fairtrade artisans from a variety of countries across Africa. Your purchase supports local craftspeople and women in Ethiopia who are recovering from preventable childbirth injuries. This is shopping with an impact. Thank you.