Ethical Fair Trade to the Rescue

The beauty of purchasing online is that you are getting it directly from the indigenous artisans making the jewelry you’re purchasing-and this is a huge deal. Sure, in the United States you can find stores or flea markets that sell these fair trade items but you have an artisan certification, found in a cultural content and with cultural texture.

An aesthetic object is framed by the color and tradition of the people who have created it, and are part of its beauty, and the essence of the real value of a personal aesthetic ornament.

We all want to feel good about the clothes and jewelry we wear, right? Well, for those who take it more seriously, there is an ethical fair trade standard that allows one to stand behind one’s philosophy and principles to show solidarity with one’s human character and the human race.

In Europe and in the United States, there is a growing demand for ethical fair trade products and many people are taking notice and asking the question: how do the artisans themselves gain a benefit from the desire for people to own authentic pieces? Ethical fair trade is supporting the persons who created and fabricated the pieces, instead of looking on it all as just more merchandise.

Ethical fair trade products are to be found among the colorful artistic and cultural traditions. Where this is possible, here is where one connects with the artisans who make the products.

Ethical jewelry and clothing is of growing interest in the United States and eager independent businesses in Mexico, South America and even Africa are helping to feed the growing demand for quality and authentic goods that can only be created by the people who create them and produce them inspired by their own history, tradition, and artistic culture.