GlobeIn is a monthly subscription box that features handcrafted goods by artisans around the world.
Each box features a themed collection of 4-5 hand-crafted items, produced by artisans from all around the world. There are more than 5 box themes available each month, and you have the opportunity to choose which one you’d like to receive. If you prefer to be surprised, you can also choose ‘Surprise’ and they’ll make the choice for you.
GlobeIn helps to bring income and exposure to small artists, while introducing you to beautiful pieces of their culture. Many of the products included are eco-friendly, fairly traded, and/or organic.
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.
Subscriptions are $38/month (with 3-month plan) or less with multi-month commitments. — For a limited time, you can save 50% on your first box with coupon code ARTISAN50!
Let’s see what’s inside the GlobeIn September 2021 “Bash Box”!
Everything was shipped in a pink & white box with the GlobeIn logo on the side.
A peek inside!
Instead of their previous booklet format, GlobeIn now sends an info card with a QR code which you can scan for full details about the items in each box. (You can also choose to simply go to the url printed on the card as well.)
Raffia Woven Ceramic Bowl, Morocco
I think it’s safe to say that I’ve never seen a bowl quite like this one before! The bowl itself is made of white glazed ceramic, but its true uniqueness is highlighted by the decorative raffia woven along its rim. Local artisans manually gather the raffia fibers from raffia palm trees, giving the utmost respect to the environment while keep large corporations and outsiders from exploiting the land. The bowl measures roughly 7.5 inches in diameter by 3.5 inches high and is best if (carefully!) washed by hand & immediately dried.
Tall Flared Drinking Glass (Set of 2), Morocco
The pair of drinking glasses above come from Le Verre Beldi in Marrakech — the last artisanal, hand blown glass workshop in Morocco. Every day, two tonnes of glass waste are collected and remelted in an oven heated to around 1600 degrees Celsius. Artisans then use a combination of blowing methods and iron moulds to form each glass, which is finally put in an annealing oven for three hours. Since each piece is handmade, you may notice a few minor “imperfections” that make each one 100% unique. Each glass measures roughly 4.75 inches high with a 3 inch diameter and can hold up to 6 ounces of your favorite beverage.
Acacia Wood Napkin Holder, Thailand
The wood used for the napkin holder above comes from Acacia trees in the forests of Thailand. The Thai people strongly believe in taking care of the forested land and therefore make yearly trips to replant in the same areas they have taken from. The simple, understated design of this piece allows it to easily fit into just about any decor. It measures 5.5 inches wide by 3 inches long by 6 inches high and should be wiped clean (never submerged in water).
The September 2021 GlobeIn “Bash Box” included a nice collection of artisan-made kitchen and home decor pieces. My favorite items were the unique Raffia Woven Ceramic Bowl and Set of Flared Drinking Glasses. 🙂 — Remember, for a limited time you can save 50% on your first box with coupon code ARTISAN50!
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