1 Minster Gates, York, North Yorkshire YO1 7HL United Kingdom

Telephone: 01904 670321

Fax: 01904 623770


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Contact: David Piercy

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With over 25 years experience in the wholesale gift market, Shared Earth is one of the UK's leading importers and wholesalers of fair trade gifts.

We release hundreds of new designs on a yearly basis. If you're interested in receiving a copy of our latest catalogue please do get in touch.


Categories: Body Accessories, Craft products, Design-led gifts, Fairtrade / Ethical, Fashion accessories, General giftware, Handbags, Holiday Accessories, Interior accessories, Jewellery


Craft products

Spectacle Stand

Our best selling product by far, this quirky shesham wood spectacle stand is a Shared Earth classic that never goes out of style! Fits most styles of glasses.

Size: 60x60x155mm

Shesham wood is part of the rosewood family. It is durable and fast-growing, reaching maturity in 15-20 years (compared to 80-90 years for hardwoods like teak, and 7-10 years for soft woods).


Design-led gifts

Rocking Chair Coasters

Set of 6 coasters in a rocking chair holder. Made from mango wood with brass handles.

Coaster size: 70x82mm
Rocking chair: 120x155x165mm

This product is supplied to us by ASHA handicrafts, a non-profit group who help thousands of artisans and producer groups across India.


Fashion accessories

Designer Scarves

Design-led fashion scarves


General giftware

Engraved Paper Weights

Stone paperweight hand-carved with the words "You are not fully dressed until you wear a smile".

Size: 80x65mm

This product is supplied to us by TARA Projects, their stone workshop is in Agra, home of the Taj Mahal.


Interior accessories

Mango Wood Trivet, Tree of Life

Hand carved mango wood trivet with tree of life design.

Diameter: 250mm

Mango trees are farmed for fruit across India. The tree is fast growing, and once they are no longer suitable for commercial fruiting, selling the wood is an additional source of income for the farmers.