GlobeIn Limited Edition Admire Box Review + Coupon

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This month, GlobeIn has released a limited edition Limited Edition Admire Box! The Admire Box is $80 with the Artisan Box subscription and $90 – individually. If you aren’t yet a subscriber, you can use coupon code WELCOME to save $10 OFF a 3+ month Artisan Box subscription. See our GlobeIn reviews to find out more about the monthly box.

GlobeIn regularly offers a fair trade monthly subscription box that sends 4-5 handcrafted products from around the world that are curated around a theme to your home each month.

DEAL: Save $10 on a 3-month subscription with coupon code WELCOME.

GlobeIn is committed to empowering artisans around the world. With each shipment, you’ll get to learn about the artisans and communities your purchase has helped to support.

Everything in this limited edition box!

Roots of Creation Brass Bottle Stopper – South Africa ($10) Elephants are so cute! We have a few of these bottle stoppers already and they really do last a long time – they’re perfect for stopping up a bottle of wine, or even a bottle of beer!

About the artisan: The bottle stopper was made in the Cape Town Roots of Creation workshop, a dedicated South African team of designers and artisans creating unique metal curios and jewelry

and-Blown Wine Glasses – Mexico ($32) Time to toast someone you admire!

The iridescent swirl on these wine glasses is beautiful and luminous. They are perfect for a treat yourself any day glass of wine or for a special occasion.

About the Artisan: The wineglasses are blown by the highly skilled artisans of Cristaluc in Jalisco, Mexico. Cristaluc employs local artisans, providing a steady income and a supportive and inspiring space to practice their art.

Woven Vase – Rwanda ($36) This vase is handwoven from sisal and sweetgrass and the quality of the artisanship is exquisite! The vase is about 4.25″ x 8.5″.

I love the color scheme and pattern. The vase is extremely sturdy – no lightweight basket – and is perfect for popping in some daily cuttings from your cargen. You can also add a glass liner or stick a bottle of wine in it!

About the artisan: These vases are woven by Rwandan women in an artisan collective that provide support for their families (many of them are widows because of the war) and hope for a new future.

Marquet Infinity Scarf – Vietnam ($28) This pretty handwoven scarf is woven from locally raised silk and cotton in Vietnam by the Binh Minh collective.

It’s an infinity scarf with great texture and the mustardy yellow reminds me of a pretty spring flower. Purchasers may receive varying colors. The scarf is about 62″ x 31″.

About the artisan: The Binh Minh (“morning sun”) artisan collective hand spins yarn from local silk. The families in the collective loom and weave the yarn into shawls and scarves and distributes them through the fair trade distributor Marquet.

Floating Necklace – Thailand ($36) This necklace is just totally stunning! With 10 strands of semi-precious stones it has that fantastic floating look – and manages to be delicate while still retaining a natural look. It’s completely gorgeous.

About the artisan: The Akha jewelers collective employs members of the Akha tribe, an indigenous Asian people and provides flexible work for artisans.

GlobeIn Greeting Card ($3) This is a well-themed quote, and you can use this 4×6 flat card as a print, too!

What a lovely box! The GlobeIn limited edition boxes let you see a little more of the variety of fair trade and eco-friendly goods out there, with higher retail values. The total value of this box was around $145 – and perfect for a Mother’s Day gift!

The Limited Edition Admire Box is still available!

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  • Kathy

    The necklace and wine glasses are so pretty!