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Handwoven Chandelier | Aviary

Handwoven Chandelier | Aviary

Regular price $3,999.00 CAD
Regular price Sale price $3,999.00 CAD
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Our handwoven mimbre light fixtures will dazzle guests and illuminate your home or cottage with warmth and beauty. The unique and classic designs make these lights the perfect conversation piece. Each fixture was carefully crafted by a skilled artisan we partner with in the Manabí region of Ecuador and wired by a certified electrician in Muskoka, Canada. This light will beautify your living space and is also an investment in artistic conservation, helping preserve the manual arts.

This stunning handwoven chandelier comes in two sizes. It features four standard E26 light sockets and is eSAFE-certified. 

Approximate sizing as individual products will vary slightly.

Regular Size: 37" tall by 27" wide (at the widest diametre).

Extra Tall Size: 48" tall by 27" wide (at the widest diametre).

IMPORTANT NOTES

  • Please get in touch with us for a shipping estimateThis item is currently available for pick-up at our Port Carling location
  • Please note that each product is handmade, therefore unique and may vary slightly in appearance and size. 

ABOUT MIMBRE

Mimbre is the Spanish word for wicker. It is a flexible natural material from a shrub in the willow family and has been used in Ecuadorian manual arts for many years. Artisans use this material to hand weave elegant and detailed patterns and designs.

Shipping

Flat rate shipping to US and Canada is $9.99. We offer free shipping on orders over $200.

We use Canada Post and USPS and delivery averages between 7-10 business days. We will send you an email with a tracking link as soon as your order ships.

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Your purchase makes a positive impact in communities

Artisan Trading Post is a Muskoka-based social enterprise that works to make a difference in communities for women and children. We strive to source products that are ethically sourced and fairly traded.

Not only do our artisans get fairly paid for their work, but when you purchase one of our products, we donate to local and global charity partners that support important causes. Examples of work we support include crisis and mental health initiatives in Muskoka, and youth programs by Youth for Christ, serving in Ecuador and cities throughout Canada.