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The Tatreez Napkin Rings turn any plain, old place setting into a chic dining experience for you and your guests. The napkin rings also make a perfect housewarming gift for your friend who loves to throw dinner parties.
Women in the West Bank have historically suffered from high unemployment, low wages, and gender inequality. Our goal is to empower these women through job opportunities and fair working wages. Each and every purchase goes towards these women and their livelihood.
Due to high demand, this style may not be in stock at the time of purchase. If this is the case, our artisans will begin making this design especially for you as soon as your order is placed. Your support and understanding mean the world to us and make a genuine difference in the lives of our artisan partners in Palestine.
True aspirations cannot be stopped by limitations. By creating these 100% handmade Tatreez items, over 30 ambitious women of the West Bank have found a way to handcraft their dreams with Darzah.
Darzah is a project of Child's Cup Full, a non-profit enterprise. 80% of every dollar you spend goes directly to funding long-term job opportunities for women in Palestine.
Your non-profit contributions play a huge role in bringing a positive change to the lives of our women artisans and their families in Palestine. Donations are Zakat eligible and endorsed by Al-Sheikh Ebad Al-Hamid Atah Bethlehem, Palestine. All donations are tax-deductible.
Was so happy to be able to order the napkin rings as a wedding gift! They came in so quickly the company was quick to respond to any questions I had! Thank you all so much for the amazing work you do, and I'm so excited to order more products in the future!
I received my darzah blue shoes few weeks ago and I have to say the quality is outstanding and to know that it is made in Palestine by women shows how creative and professional Palestinians can be. When I had it on literally everyone who saw me notice the shoes and asked me about it. Thank you Darzah and more success to come from Palestine the beloved homeland.
Just used them for a dinner and these napkin rings started a great conversation about Palestine!!!