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Kudu Antelope Stone Bowl

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A major challenge for small producers in developing countries is finding ways to use their traditional skills to create products that can be sold in developed countries. They are far away from where their products will eventually be sold and do not have access to information about fashion trends in the developed world. As a Fair Trade company, Shared Earth has worked with artisans in Kenya to design this product. It is hand carved and painted.

I love the lime green colour of this bowl so reminiscent of the plains of Kenya after the rains have come. The Kudu antelope motif is traditional in Kenyan design. Kudus are majestic in their looks, with their twisted horns making them quite distinct from other antelopes. Horns are the main trademark of the kudu. While female kudus have short horns, males have horns of up to 1.8 meters, the longest of any antelope, which take an average of six years to reach their full length. Is it any wonder that Kenyans decorate using the Kudu motif. The Kudu is one of the most spectacular must-see animals for African safari lovers. It has been described as one of the most handsome of the antelope family, due to the male’s unique large, corkscrew horns.

Soapstone is an ideal material for kitchen ware as it is structurally dense and moisture clings only to the surface of soapstone and is unable to force its way inside, even under pressure.


Size: 10cm diameter

Shared Earth's mission is to improve the livelihoods of disadvantaged people in developing countries, benefiting local community projects and keeping alive traditional skills that would otherwise be lost.

Shared Earth aims:
  • To pay fair prices for products
  • To always offer 50% payment upfront to overseas producers
  • To ensure working conditions are acceptable
  • To provide advice on design and product development
  • To support suppliers and their local communities
  • To avoid child labour
  • To commit to long term relationships with suppliers

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A major challenge for small producers in developing countries is finding ways to use their traditional skills to create products that can be sold in developed countries. They are far away from where their products will eventually be sold and do not have access to information about fashion trends in the developed world. As a Fair Trade company, Shared Earth has worked with artisans in Kenya to design this product. It is hand carved and painted.

I love the lime green colour of this bowl so reminiscent of the plains of Kenya after the rains have come. The Kudu antelope motif is traditional in Kenyan design. Kudus are majestic in their looks, with their twisted horns making them quite distinct from other antelopes. Horns are the main trademark of the kudu. While female kudus have short horns, males have horns of up to 1.8 meters, the longest of any antelope, which take an average of six years to reach their full length. Is it any wonder that Kenyans decorate using the Kudu motif. The Kudu is one of the most spectacular must-see animals for African safari lovers. It has been described as one of the most handsome of the antelope family, due to the male’s unique large, corkscrew horns.

Soapstone is an ideal material for kitchen ware as it is structurally dense and moisture clings only to the surface of soapstone and is unable to force its way inside, even under pressure.


Size: 10cm diameter

Shared Earth's mission is to improve the livelihoods of disadvantaged people in developing countries, benefiting local community projects and keeping alive traditional skills that would otherwise be lost.

Shared Earth aims:
  • To pay fair prices for products
  • To always offer 50% payment upfront to overseas producers
  • To ensure working conditions are acceptable
  • To provide advice on design and product development
  • To support suppliers and their local communities
  • To avoid child labour
  • To commit to long term relationships with suppliers

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