GlobeIn Artisan Box Club December 2019 Review + Coupon

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The GlobeIn Artisan Box Club is a subscription that sends handcrafted products from around the world. All items are produced either by collectives that are fair trade certified or that respect and adhere to fair trade principles. All artisans and farmers whose products are distributed by GlobeIn are paid a fair wage for their products.

DEAL: New customers can use coupon code WELCOME to save $10 OFF their 3-month or longer Artisan Box subscription.

A booklet welcomed us upon opening the box.

Everything was well wrapped and protected during shipping. All the items came intact and safe!

The theme for this box is FEAST. Artisan Box subscribers have a selection of themes to choose from. This way, artisans will be able to meet GlobeIn’s needs while also having longer, steady work as they continue to produce items for the Artisan Box.

This booklet also has a personal message from Angela, the Artisan Box Curator.

Everything in my GlobeIn Artisan FEAST box!

Khaloufi Abdeslam Cookable Tagine – Haqima ($50) Here’s an item from one of GlobeIn’s talented artisans from Morocco, an authentic Moroccan cooking pot that makes a great kitchen set for any occasion.

It’s made with durable ceramic, and also comes with a removable lid and a hand-painted design in black and white. This traditional tagine is perfect for cooking and serving traditional Tunisian and Moroccan dishes.

The cover keeps the food hot, moist, and tender for a longer period of time. It’s shaped like a cone to funnel the condensation directly back to the food.

The traditional Tunisian pattern is handmade and painted using food-safe paints and glazes. It’s a work of art to be admired!

I absolutely love this tagine! It’s also perfect when used as a platter for hot food.

Bemos Craft Elephant Serving Spoon – Kenya ($18) When there’s a serving dish, there must be a serving spoon. This one made in Kenya!

This serving spoon is made of vintage wood with a hand-carved elephant design.

It is purposefully designed for comfort, durability, and versatility. Its unique handle design creates maximum comfort and is individually handcrafted for that custom art.

Sasha Exports Grassland Table Runner – India ($35) This bamboo table runner is a table setting must-have! It’s made by artisans from Sabang, West Bengal, India.

Bamboo is a highly renewable resource, natural, non-toxic, and durable. What’s good about this table runner is that it’s easy to maintain and clean. Just shake off over sink, wipe with a damp cloth, and you’re done!

Noah’s Ark Small Spice Box with Spoon – India ($30) We got more items from India and this time, it’s a spice box made by Talib Rasoo!

This wooden spice box has four detachable compartments to hold different kinds of spices. It also comes with a wooden spoon.

It has a fiberglass lid to protect the box contents and keep them in place.

It’s made with a nice quality of wood. If you don’t have spices, you can also use this to store kitchen accessories, dried fruits, and other small items.

They also provided recipes we can try. This one is Moroccan Chickpea Tagine!

Another recipe is Quick Beef Bourguignon! All the ingredients are listed, as well as step-by-step procedure!

This month’s curation is a delight for any kitchen enthusiast. I like everything because they look awesome, they’re functional, and they make my kitchen look better. I also love learning about the stories behind each product. They’re very inspiring! The featured fair-trade businesses give artisans a stable job and GlobeIn gives them an opportunity to widen their platform by being featured in a worldwide box. It’s really awesome how the community is making all these great things possible. I’m looking forward to future themes and more artisan products from around the world in the coming boxes!

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