XinhandcoGoods

Fairtrade - Handwoven goods for you and your home.

Nashville, Tennessee

Top shop for gifts.

Buyers bought gifts from this shop and gave them 5-star reviews!

Announcement    Due to COVID, your shipment might experience some delay from the shipping process, We always ship within 1-3 business days on our end.

Hello, Thank you for stopping by---- Let me know if I can help you with anything!
Please visit us on Instagram at @xinh_and_co to learn more about my products
----------xoxo, Trang

Announcement

Last updated on Oct 24, 2020

Due to COVID, your shipment might experience some delay from the shipping process, We always ship within 1-3 business days on our end.

Hello, Thank you for stopping by---- Let me know if I can help you with anything!
Please visit us on Instagram at @xinh_and_co to learn more about my products
----------xoxo, Trang

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Trang Dorris

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About XinhandcoGoods

Sales 5,636
On Etsy since 2016

Handmade Fairtrade goods from Artisans

Xinh & Co. is a small family business started from my love for natural materials, design, and handmade.

"Xinh" means cute & pretty in Vietnamese; not the kind of beauty that is striking and bold, but a more subtle, quiet beauty that requires observance and presence to fully understand.

MADE BY SKILLED HANDS
These baskets are all made from the hands of multi-generational artisans in Southern Vietnam.

We worked through the supply chain by visiting the workers and creating a partnership that benefits both sides, cutting out the middle man to ensure the makers receive what they deserve and you receive the highest quality baskets.

Pompoms are hand cut and attached on securely by us. Each basket takes from 2-3 hours for the making and attaching of pompoms.

Shop members

  • Trang Dorris

    Owner

Production partners

  • Basket weavers of Bali

    Bali, Indonesia

    talented family of basket weavers who has been weaving baskets for generations.

  • Maguey Bag Maker of Southern Mexico

    Chiapas, Mexico

    A small Family of maguey bag makers. Each maguey string is hand rolled and the bag is handwoven.

  • Palm Weavers of Oaxaca

    Oaxaca, Mexico

    Palm weavers has been weaving palms products for generation.

  • Pottery Maker of Oaxaca

    Oaxaca, Mexico

    Made by an artisan woman in a small village where the bulk of the women work with clay

  • Seagrass Weavers of Southern Vietnam

    Vietnam

    This group comprises of 20 weavers in a small village outside of Ho Chi Minh City. They have been weaving for over 40 years. We work with them closely according to Fair Trade Standards.

  • Spoon Makers of Mexico

    Oaxaca, Mexico

    A family of wood worker dedicated to making wood products for generations. We work with them on designs and size for XInh & Co.

  • Tassel Maker of Bali

    Bali, Indonesia

    a small team of creative makers collect natural materials in Bali and collaborate with us on designs.

  • Tassel Maker of Chiapas

    Chiapas, Mexico

    We work with several families in Chiapas for custom colors poms. They have been making poms for decades and haved perfected their craft.

  • Textile Weavers of Southern Mexico

    Mexico

    Husband and wife team who naturally dye the yarn and weave them on a backstrap loom.

  • Tree Bark weavers of Southern Mexico

    Mexico

    This democratic group of 12 women collaborate on a range of products – including baskets, handwoven and embroidered textiles, along with delicately scented handmade soap that is made from local, organic ingredients.

  • Weaver of Guatemala

    Guatemala

    Family has been weaving for generations. Handwoven blankets on foot pedal loom and natural wool fibers.

  • Weaver of West Africa

    Ghana

    Fair trade weavers in Ghana has been weaving as a source of income for generations during the dry season. We work with them on products according to fair trade standards.

  • Weavers of Morocco

    Morocco

    Small Group of weavers in Morocco Fair Trade

  • Weavers of Southern Africa

    South Africa

    Zimbabwe has a great tradition of fine artisans, especially basket weavers. The BaTonga are famous for their basket weaving skills and mathematical design sense; the Ndebele for their bold and dramatic bowl baskets and the Shona for the fineness of their weave. Delicate Shangaan baskets, dramatic ts

  • Wool Weavers of Oaxaca

    Oaxaca, Mexico

    A family who works with wool. They hand spin the wool into yarn, then weave and corchet the yarn into final products.

Shop policies

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Last updated on Jul 9, 2019
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Shipping Policy (cont)

A 15% restocking fee will be deducted from order total on all qualified returns.

 The USPS have delayed packages beyond the estimated delivery date from time to time. If you are concerned about this issue, please contact us directly to purchase a more secure and reliable shipping option. 

After the package is delivered to your door step, Xinh & Co. is not responsible to what happens to it from that point forward. If you would like to set up signature confirmation, you may do that

Shipping Address

You are responsible to provide an accurate USPS verified address at check-out. We are not responsible for packages that are sent to the address you have given that are undeliverable by USPS or simply an incorrect address . Please double and triple check your address.