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|HIPS FIR (INCHES)||33"||34"||36"||38"||40"||42"||44"|
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Those elephant dung photo albums make a great quirky but charming gift. They are Fair Trade and are perfect for displaying photos from special travels.
The elephant dung covers are made from 75% elephant dung and 25% recycled paper – yes really! The medium albums have 35 pages of beautifully smooth paddy husk paper inside and can hold up to 60 6” x 4” photos. Each page has been interleaved with tissue paper to protect your photos.
The albums are handmade by skilled local artisans and each album comes in its own elephant dung presentation box with a brass elephant motif on the top. The brass elephant motifs are all hand finished and may be a slightly different design to the image shown.
Dimensions: 32.5 x 25.5 cm
Give waste another life and Be fair to people: All the elephant dung paper used in our products is acid-free and handmade at the Maximus Elephant Conservation Trust in Sri Lanka. Zero waste and fair to artisans in the rural communities who are paid fair wages for manufacturing and also to local villages working at collecting the elephant dung that is used to make the paper.
With your purchase you are also supporting Millennium Elephant Foundation (MEF), a small charity that cares for sick, old and disabled elephants. The foundation is also working to resolve the conflict between elephants and local communities, a critical concern as the elephants' natural habitat decreases and they turn to eating farmers' crops.