Petrus - bottle grip of coated paper with iron clamp and teak handle
- Brand: Pepe-Heykoop
- Sustainability: fair trade, handicraft, recycled/upcycled
- Colour: black, cream, red
- Material: other (see description), paper, wood
- Dimensions: Maximale diameter 8 cm
- Delivery: In stock, immediately
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Designed by Pepe Heykoop: bottle grips, stunning on the dining table
Give old bottles a new life with this Bottle Grip from Tiny Miracles. Not only fun during a dinner with wine or water in it, but also ideal in the kitchen for your bottle of vinegar or olive oil. This way you will never have to suffer from sticky hands again.
• Material: coated paper, teak and iron
• Easy to clean due to the coating
• Height: 8.5 cm. Maximum diameter: 8 cm
• Design by Pepe Heykoop
• Fair Trade from India.
Create an unique, trendy bottle in no time. The Bottle grip comes in a nice slide box. Also perfect as a gift.
Design: Pepe Heykoop
The Paper Vase Cover is designed by the Dutch designer Pepe Heykoop and was awarded with the Interieur Innovation Award 2013 at the international design fair imm Köln.
Pepe Heykoop & Tiny Miracles
How can you help a poverty-stricken community in an Indian metropolis of millions to break the cycle of poverty and create their own sustainable livelihood?
Tiny Miracles does this by creating fair paid work for women from the Pardeshi community in Mumbai (India). But also by providing education and health care, giving them more self-confidence and self-confidence.
"Giving money doesn't work, giving work does"
The most important ambition of Tiny Miracles is to make Pardeshi completely independent within 10 years. Starting from the premise that giving money just doesn't work in the long run. What does work: giving these people a goal in life plus the tools to become self-supporting. That's why real jobs are so incredibly important.
Tiny Miracles was founded by Laurien Meuter and her cousin and designer Pepe Heykoop. He developed a series of high quality design articles that are easy to produce by the (mostly illiterate and uneducated) women.
Fair Trade success story
It's a two-way mechanism. On the one hand beautiful products that are sold in museums and high end shops all over the world. On the other hand, a growing workforce within the Pardeshi community. Since the start of Tiny Miracles in 2014, the number of women in full-time employment has grown to 2000 women today.