THE MARKET FOR HOME, LIFESTYLE + GIFT

Sunday, Aug. 12 -
Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018

ALL SECTIONS OPEN | JAVITS CENTER, NYC

NOTE:
No sections open on Saturday

Tulias Artisan Gallery

Chicago,  IL 
United States
http://www.tulias.com
  • Booth: 121

Tulia's Artisan Gallery offers unique handmade gifts from Colombia.  The very popular Flying Mobiles attract all ages, genders, and interests.  Friendship bracelets come in all colors and can be customized.  Unique displays available.  Fair Trade and Gives Back.


 Show Specials

  • (Oct 18, 2017)
    30-Day terms for all customers that pay by check, bank deposit, or chase quick pay.

 Press Releases

  • Tulia’s Artisan Gallery is proud to offer some of the best artisan products made in Colombia in the highly curated Handmade Global Design section of NY NOW.  The complete line of hand painted flying mobiles are on display in Booth #121 in the River Pavilion Feb 3rd -6th

    Tulia’s collection of Flying Mobiles empower women in Colombia.  These unique gifts attract all ages and come in different designs including unicorns, dragons, birds, and even a flying pig! The mobiles provide full-time jobs at a fair living wage for single moms and Afro-Colombians.  Each mobile is painted and constructed by hand. 

    Tulia’s large Dragon Mobile is competing for the Winter 2018 Best New Product award. The large dragon mobile comes in red, blue, or ice blue.  It is making it’s US debut at NY NOW.  This unique product makes a great gift for dragon fans of all ages.  Award judges for the program will walk the market floor during exhibit hours on Sunday, February 4th to select a winner from each exhibiting section. Winners will be announced before the conclusion of the market at www.nynow.com, as well as via NY NOW’s social media channels and a press release.

    Tulia’s Artisan Gallery (Tulias.com) provides a fair trade platform for Colombian artisans to introduce their treasures to a larger audience and a wider market and in the process preserve cultural traditions, contribute to their local economy, and empower their community.  Tulia’s Artisan Gallery is a proud member of Chicago Fair Trade.

    Why Colombia?  Colombia has the 2nd largest displacement situation after Syria with over seven million internally displaced.  Indigenous and Afro-Colombians are disproportionally affected by this displacement.  Colombia is rich in native cultures and traditions with nearly 100 indigenous groups.  Approximately one-third of these native tribes are at risk of cultural extinction. 

  • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                   

    HHP to feature Elegant, Handwoven Bracelets from Colombia at NY NOW

    Chicago (February 2, 2018) –

    HHP/helping hand partners will present Tulia by HHP at NY NOW, a curated collection of woven cuffs and bracelets that empower indigenous Wounaan artisans in Colombia. 

    Each one-of-a-kind bracelet is handmade by master weavers from the tribe. Sales support the artisans, and also support cultural preservation. Many of the Wounaan have been displaced to larger cities due to violence and poverty, and continued creation of these bracelets allows them to pass on the tradition to the next generation.

    HHP is presenting Tulia products as it matches perfectly with their mission to provide sustainable livelihoods to individuals and communities with barriers to employment. As a 501(c)3 non-profit, HHP is truly a supplier that gives back. All of HHP’s partners both in the United States and abroad are fair trade practice, and provide a pathway out of poverty for the artisans.

    “We believe in bringing beautiful, high-end and fair trade practice products to the forefront,” said Retail Sales Manager Kelley Shields. “Tulia’s beautiful woven cuffs and bracelets should be shared with the world and HHP is proud to support this cause.”

    Tulia accessories are made from palm thread, copper craft wire, and sterling silver. Larger cuffs with sterling silver closures are available, as well as thin, elegant bracelets. Bright, bold and unique, each piece stands out and makes a social impact.

    For more information:

    Kelley Shields, Retail Sales Manager
    Kelley@helpinghandpartners.com

    312.226.3345

    helpinghandpartners.com

    Exhibit Location:

    NY NOW Harper Booth, Quad 2

    Jacob K. Javits Convention Center

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    About HHP

    HHP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit with a mission to create jobs and lift communities by offering their customers high-quality, socially-responsible handcrafted goods. HHP partners with social enterprises in United States that support underserved communities, and works with artisans globally to create sustainable livelihoods from their products. HHP also has its own Chicago-based social enterprise bath and spa gods brand, 1eleven™, where individuals with barriers to employment are trained and mentored, securing the confidence they need to advance their careers.

    About Tulia

    Tulia’s Artisan Gallery (Tulias.com) provides a fair trade platform for Colombian artisans to introduce their treasures to a larger audience and a wider market and in the process preserve cultural traditions, contribute to their local economy, and empower their community. Tulia’s Artisan Gallery is a proud member of Chicago Fair Trade. 


 Products

  • Tulia's Artisan Gallery Flying Mobiles
    Flying Mobiles are a unique gift for all genders, generations, and interests. Handmade in Colombia. Just pull the string and watch them fly! Fair Trade and Gives Back to indigenous artisan in Colombia....

  • Flying Mobiles are a unique gift for all generations of the family.  Handmade in Colombia.  Just pull the string and watch them fly! Fair Trade and Gives Back to indigenous artisan in Colombia.  Styles include dragons, unicorns, fairies, the blue bird of happiness, hummingbird, rooster, hen, cow, pig, bee, dragonfly, whale, turtle, seagull, pelican, flamingo, toucan, parrot, macaw, crane, cockatiel, American bald eagle, stork, phoenix, day of the dead, calavera, circus.  Not just for the baby’s room.  A fun unique gift for any room in the house.  Tulia’s Artisan Gallery creates jobs for internally displaced women in Colombia.  A portion of each sale is given back to indigenous artisan in Colombia for cultural preservation projects.  Member of Chicago Fair Trade.  

  • Tulia's Artisan Gallery Woven Cuffs & Bracelets
    Friendship bracelets handmade by indigenous Wounaan artisans of Colombia. Woven silver plated wire mixed with brightly colored palm leaf threads. Fair Trade and Gives Back. Visit our booth to hear our stories....

  • Friendship bracelets are handwoven by the Wounaan of Colombia.  Our friendship bracelets come in all colors of the rainbow.  Are you on a college town or univeristy campus?  Bracelets can be customized for specific color combinations. 

    The Wounaan are one of 35 indigenous groups at risk of cultural extinction due to forced internal displacement.  These bracelets are a way to keep their traditions, language and culture alive.  Tulia's Artisan Gallery uses fair trade principles to help the Wounaan earn a living wage while also preserving their culture.  A portion of each sale is given back to indigenous artisan in Colombia for cultural preservation projects.  Member of Chicago Fair Trade.  

  • Tulia's Artisan Gallery Butterfly Bookmark Ornamen
    Hand cut and painted bronze bookmark ornaments in vibrant colors. Painted true to life to look like hummingbirds and butterflies. Monarch, Dead leaf, Blue Morpho, Glass Wing, Number wing, Tiger swallowtail....

  • Hand cut and painted bronze bookmark ornaments in vibrant colors. Painted true to life to look like hummingbirds and butterflies.  Monarch, Dead leaf, Blue Morpho, Glass Wing, Number wing, Tiger swallowtail. Handmade in Colombia.  Fair Trade and gives back to indigenous artisans.  

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