Fatima's Eye Mandala Plate
This handmade colourful clay Fatima’s eye plate is made with love and care in Macedonia and is a great addition to your home. This product is made through a social enterprise which has a positive social and economic impact. Made by local artisans this product supports individuals, families and communities and strives towards the inclusion of a marginalised people.
Fatima's Eye Mandala Plate is a clay plate that has been handpainted in the dot art technique. A mandala is a spiritual and ritual symbol in Asian cultures. It can be understood in two different ways: externally as a visual representation of the universe or internally as a guide for several practices that take place in many Asian traditions, including meditation. In Hinduism and Buddhism, the belief is that by entering the mandala and proceeding towards its center, you are guided through the cosmic process of transforming the universe from one of suffering into one of joy and happiness. This unique plate will make a great addition to your home decor.
Product Dimensions: 33m H x 130mm W x 22mm D
Care Instructions: Keep in a dry place and clean by hand.
- Clay plate
- Acrylic Paint
- Protective Lacquer Coating
- Recycled Paper
- Cardboard Sleeve
- Shredded Paper
- Recycled Cardboard Box
- Please note that this item ships from Macedonia to the UK.
- Each item is made bespoke so please allow for 10 days production time.
- Standard shipping is included in the product price and please allow for 14-21 days delivery time to the UK.
Brand Partner Bio
We are a social enterprise that combines business and social equality. Our success is measured by the positive social and economic impact we have on our artisans and their communities.
Our clients shopping influence positively on our artisans. Marginalized categories of people are part of it, and we are also working to create employment opportunities for them. By purchasing our products you directly contribute to:
- One artisan to develop his business.
- A single mother to feed her child.
- In the fight of a woman against malignant diseases.
- For inclusion of a marginalized person.