Hand Woven Napkin Rings: $18.50

Summertime napkin rings- teal green, yellow, & natural.



Product Weight: 0.04 lbs

Product Style Number: HM/9CT/M/2

at a glance

  • The artisans use the weaving technique traditionally used for baskets to create these unique rings.

  • The napkin rings are available in 8 color combinations: teal, yellow, & natural (white); cranberry & tea; tea & cranberry; cranberry & natural; tea & natural; dark tea & light tea; tea & natural zig-zag (love this one!); and China blue & natural.

  • We love the teal stripes for summer and the cranberry varieties for autumn.

  • Try complimentary color sets to add interest to your table!.

  • The tea color is created when the naturally-white fibers are steeped in Rwandan tea.

  • Each napkin ring is woven from natural, locally-grown sisal fibers.

  • Please note that because the woven fibers are hand-dyed, color shades may vary.

  • Napkin rings are sold in sets of four.

  • The napkin rings measure 1.2 inches each.

  • Napkins not included.

a closer look

Our hand-woven napkin rings will add simple elegance to your table, whether you are laying out a classy picnic, serving an intimate brunch or hosting Thanksgiving dinner.  Make a subtle statement for hope, justice and beauty- your napkin rings are a great conversation piece and the perfect opportunity to share the story of the women who wove them.  With the income from one set of napkin rings, an artisan can buy a new hoe for farming, shoes for her toddler, or even a chicken for producing eggs.  We invite you to meet the 3 groups of weavers below!

Each napkin ring is woven from natural sisal fibers that have been locally-grown and prepared by hand.  Choose from one of eight color combinations to match your home decor. With the purchase of 2 sets, shipping is free!

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made by:

AVEKI Widows’ Association

  • AVEKI Twisungane means Let’s Be Together Widows’ Association

  • About eleven widows comprise AVEKI Association.

  • AVEKI’s purpose is to fight against poverty and to develop their families without having to always have to ask for financial help from others.

  • AVEKI’s artistic specialty is weaving from natural sisal fibers.

  • AVEKI works in Muhanga District.

Abarikumwe Association

  • Abarikumwe means People Who Are Together Association.

  • Abarikumwe works in the Cyeza community (a Child Development Program community of FH) in Muhanga District.

  • The group has about 10 active members, all women.

  • Abarikumwe’s artistic specialty is weaving with sisal fibers.

made in:

Muhanga District

  • Population – 307,501
  • Size of District – 648 km2, or 250 miles2
  • Main work – Agriculture (coffee, cassava, vegetables and cereals)
  • Official District Website: www.muhanga.gov.rw