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$10 for $20 Worth of Fair-Trade Crafts and Jewelry at Ten Thousand Villages

Archbold

100% of 30 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

Fair-trade tableware, baskets, gifts, and jewelry handmade by traditional artisans from over 38 different countries

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 6th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid in-store only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Of all the ways to show people how much you love them, giving them jewelry is second only to giving them a map to where the jewelry is buried. Show someone you dig them with this Groupon.

$10 for $20 Worth of Fair-Trade Crafts and Jewelry

Shoppers adorn themselves and their homes with ethically-traded and eco-conscious finery such as a polished stone paperweight from Vietnam ($8), a beaded three-strand necklace from India ($29), or Andean turquoise earrings from Peru ($24).

Ten Thousand Villages

As a founding member of the World Fair Trade Organization, Ten Thousand Villages has cultivated a network of more than 390 retail stores and relationships with more than 130 artisan groups from around the world. Crafters from 38 different countries across Latin America, Asia, and Africa hand make children’s toys, jewelry, baskets, and tableware, which helps these artisans to earn a steady income and polish marketable skills. At the Archbold location, manager Darlene Rohrer-Meck oversees a passionate staff of volunteers as they curate an assortment of glittering silver jewelry, exotic musical instruments, and sweet-smelling natural cosmetics. Like a Mark Twain ventriloquist dummy, each item in the store is an object bursting with a folksy story to tell, from the graceful, curving African stone statues to the jangly, beaded necklaces from India.

Ten Thousand Villages

As a founding member of the World Fair Trade Organization, Ten Thousand Villages has cultivated a network of more than 390 retail stores and relationships with more than 130 artisan groups from around the world. Crafters from 38 different countries across Latin America, Asia, and Africa hand make children’s toys, jewelry, baskets, and tableware, which helps these artisans to earn a steady income and polish marketable skills. At the Archbold location, manager Darlene Rohrer-Meck oversees a passionate staff of volunteers as they curate an assortment of glittering silver jewelry, exotic musical instruments, and sweet-smelling natural cosmetics. Like a Mark Twain ventriloquist dummy, each item in the store is an object bursting with a folksy story to tell, from the graceful, curving African stone statues to the jangly, beaded necklaces from India.


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100% of 30 customers recommend

  • “I love this shop,always find unique handmade items at reasonable prices. Biggest problem is always the final decision on what purchase/purchases to make! Can't...”

    “I love this shop,always find unique handmade items at reasonable prices. Biggest problem is always the final decision on what purchase/purchases to make! Can't afford to get everything I would like to have in this shop!”

  • “fun jewelry”

  • “Great store! I would go back in a heartbeat!”

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    Archbold

    1201 S Defiance St.

    Archbold, Ohio 43502

    419-446-4804

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