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Native Trails Copper Heart: Show mom you are close to her heart

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Finding that perfect mother’s day gift can be a chore. What to get someone who has not only given you life, but has been with you through all of life’s ups and downs? Why not show mom how close she is to your heart by giving her a heart, that she can proudly display. Native Trails began in 1996 bringing¬†artisan tradition, DSCN4431sustainability, and fair trade practices to bring the work of undiscovered artisans from central Mexico first to central California and then on to living spaces throughout North America.¬†Native Trails is best known for hand-hammered, recycled copper sinks and bathtubs. Its artisan-made product lines have grown to include groundbreaking NativeStone concrete sinks, vanities made of reclaimed and FSC-certified woods, range hoods, furniture and a range of home lifestyle products.

One of these products they offer is the Copper Heart Box and it is absolutely stunning. It is made of hammered recycled copper and is absolutely beautiful. It is not only perfect for jewelry, but could also be used in the bathroom for cotton balls or anything small that needs to be stored. The best feature about this copper heart box is that it really would be a great asset to any home decor. If you feature modern items in your home or more traditional, this would fit in perfectly.



The craftsmanship of this copper heart box is perfect. I have owned a couple of pieces of hammered copper and I have to say this is my favorite. I love how they use recycled copper to produce their products, it really shows that they are environmentally aware. The price of the box is only $45.00, so it is perfectly priced. A great gift idea would be to put inside this little box a beautiful mother’s necklace, or a keepsake for your mom to cherish forever.

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