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Product description

Each product comes with its own swing tag containing its personal name and the name of the lady who knitted it.
Handmade from a mixture of wool and synthetic fibres.
Filled with a polyester stuffing.
Wash by gentle sponge cleaning.

Elephants are the only mammals that can’t jump.
Elephant tusks keep growing all their lives
An Elephant spends up to 23 hours a day eating!
Elephants can smell water from 3 miles away.
An Elephant's skin is up to 2.5 cm thick in places.
A group of Elephants is called a parade.
A male Elephant can weigh up to 6 tons.

Colours may vary as each one is hand knitted.

Made by Gogo Olive
Gogo Olive was set up in late 2008 as a response to the huge unemployment problem in Zimbabwe (it currently stands at over 80%), at a time when conditions in the country were particularly difficult. As well as creating employment for local women the aim is to give them hope as they have the opportunity to use their craft skills to build a future for themselves and their families.

NZOU (Elephant in Shona)

$28.00 + $9.00 Flat Rate Shipping

Delivery and Order Info

When do you deliver:
Packages are dispatched within 3 business days.

Returns and General Order considerations:
If you believe an item is faulty please contact us to discuss a replacement or refund.

No refunds for change of mind purchases.

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Ethical Living

About the seller

Through sustainable business practices we can nurture a relationship between producers and consumers. This results in better prices and decent working conditions that help make better lives for people in need.

Let's face it, we're not all activists, however when faced with an informed decision between products made in sweat shops under slave like conditions OR people being paid fairly and given a chance at a better life... What would you choose?

How this purchase helps

  • Disadvantage
  • Refugees
  • Economic empowerment
  • Fairtrade