Mahri Mahri is an online destination for like-minded people who care about ethical today and future.
We strive for transparency and stand up for fair production.
We represent brands who encourage locals to solve challenges through valuable artisanal work. 

Working through cooperatives and social enterprises, our partners improve the quality of life in their communities in a number of ways, including literacy workshops, business training, and health programs. Women artisans are often able to work from home while caring for their families and they can use the extra income to send their children to school. Oftentimes these children will be the first generation to graduate high school.

By buying from our online store, you help us to support long-term and sustainable economies in developing countries. Financial independence empowers women. Artisans earn liveable salary with what they can provide food and housing, education and healthcare not just for themselves, but for their whole family.




What we really want is a bit better world. We can just contribute by small actions. Who would not want to do that?



Mahri Mahri was founded by an Estonian Maria with the support of her Swedish Ted. Their children Finn (3y) and Milo (1y) run the show tho.
Maria works from her home studio in Tallinn with her right-hand girl Iti, where they take the photos, wrap and send out the goods! 

Maria was always looking to do a little bit of good. But it also had to be beautiful. So when she walked into Zuri's New York store, she knew that this was something she would love to show to the people of north - to bring a little colour with extra warmth and kindness to the greyness of northern winter. And the ethical and amazing Kenyan line was just it! 

Now it has grown from one brand to six + artisans. Her intention is to not only sell ethical and/or sustainable, but to represent brands that serve the people of developing countries. To support women who struggle for their own and for their children's wellbeing. 



Read more about the brands we love and represent here.