Dancing Tassel Ornament

MADE51 x Tribalogy

$11.23 $5.61

Crafted by Rohingya refugees living in Malaysia, this beautiful tassel ornament symbolizes the perseverance of the artisans through challenging times and their optimism for the future.

Each ornament is individually packaged and ready for gift-giving in a MADE51 box, complete with an artisan story card.


  • Handmade by Rohingya refugees living in Malaysia
  • Made with cotton thread, glass beads and wire
  • Free shipping within Canada & US on orders over $150
  • Free International shipping on orders over $300

Shipping:
Orders will be dispatched in 2-3 working days.

  • For addresses in Canada, tracked postage takes 2-3 business days.
  • International shipping is available to all destinations. For Canada estimated delivery is 3-5 business days, and for the rest of the world 5-12 business days.
  • Millie is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • We offer free shipping for
    • Canada and USA on orders over $150
    • International on orders over $300


Returns:
We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 14 days of receipt of delivery.

Handle with care, display with love.

Meet the Maker

MADE51 x Tribalogy

MADE51 is a project of the UNHCR (UN High Commissioner for Refugees), a global organization dedicated to saving lives, protecting rights and building a better future for refugees, forcibly displaced communities, and stateless people. By pairing refugee artisans with experienced social enterprises in their host country, MADE51 stimulates local economies while fostering a mutually beneficial relationship between refugee artisans and their hosts.

The Inspiration

Ola Adeeb, a 21-year-old Syrian refugee living in Jordan, learned how to make the holiday collection’s “Proud Camel” ornament from Mei Hayashi, the founder of Tribalogy, a social enterprise based in Jordan. Mei had seen llama key chains during her travels in Peru and thought similar products – with camels, instead of llamas, to represent the Jordanian desert – would sell well and be easy to ship.

The Impact

Tribalogy employs a team of around 30 women, including locals and refugees, who make the camels and other items. The social enterprise joined the MADE51 network last year and adapted the camel for the holiday collection.

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