SUSTAINABLE | GIVES BACK | ETHICAL | ARTISAN
If you're looking for a bag that does it all and then some, check out this best seller by Tanora. The Bory Bag - available in Natural and Tea - is handmade in Madagascar using raffia a sustainable, natural, renewable and organic fibre. It's versatile and roomy for those who like a bag that is versatile, practical and good looking.
Every item in Tanora's collection, from their hats and bags to their homewares, is handcrafted from scratch in their workshop in Madagascar. The weaving and crocheting of raffia is a key part of the traditional Madagascan handicraft culture and so, to keep this tradition alive, Tanora ensures all employees are respected, over the age of 18, and paid a fair wage in accordance with Fair Trade conditions.
What’s more, when you buy an item from Tanora’s collection, 10 trees will be planted as part of the Eden Reforestation Project which employs local villagers to plant millions of trees every year.
- Travel friendly - Foldable
- 100% Hand-crocheted raffia
- Genuine leather handles
- Dimensions : H40cm x D28cm
Tanora collections are all designed in Australia then handcrafted from scratch in their family workshop in Madagascar.
They commit to a direct effort in keeping all aspects of production in Madagascar, not only out of fairness but with respect to customs and laws.
Shipping + Returns
Ships from: Australia
Australian Shipping: Nash + Banks charges a Flat Rate of $10 per Order Australia-wide. Free Australian Shipping is available for orders over $150.
International Shipping: $30 to the rest of the world.
Delivery Time Frames: 1-7 business days within Australia;
4-17 business days to the rest of the world.
We are pretty confident that you'll love this product but if you are not satisfied with your purchase, we are happy to process a refund for the items as long as we are notified within 14 days of you receiving the goods subject to the conditions set out in our Returns Policy - please read here.
Raffia is one of the most sustainable materials in the fashion industry. The cultivation of raffia involves only the careful hand-pruning (rather than cutting) of the raffia palm, that way Tanora's footprint on the environment remains as minimal as possible. Whatever goes into their products is obtained responsibly and with a conscience. Tanora's raffia is pruned at a minimum of 1.2 metres, ensuring that harvesting is non-disruptive and that the health of the palm is preserved.
ETHICAL + ARTISAN
Today, Madagascar is one of the poorest countries in the world. Tanora commits to an on-going effort to make sure that employees in their workshop in Madagascar are well-respected, fairly paid and over the age of 18. Tanora actively encourage fairtrade work conditions in an effort to help the people of Madagascar find their own financial independence.
The weaving and crocheting of raffia is part of the traditional Madagascan handicraft culture. These ancestral techniques utilising traditional looms have become increasingly rare in the face of globalisation, as it has become cheaper to outsource and mass-produce products through modern machinery. An integral part of Tanora's mission is to maintain the human side and artistry of a craft native to Madagascar.
Tanora is much more than buying and reselling in Australia. All their products are handcrafted from scratch in their workshop in Madagascar. They commit to a direct effort in keeping all aspects of production in Madagascar, not only out of fairness but with respect to customs and laws.
Since 2020 for each item sold, 10 trees will be planted! Read more about Tanora's wonderful planting partner: https://edenprojects.org/