We envision a world where everybody celebrates craftsmanship

Every day we work towards increasing the value of craftsmanship by designing thoughtfully, engaging in ethical partnerships and advocating conscious consuption. We are committed to always seeking the best practices that respect people and nature, to be as sustainable as we possibly can.


Supports an Artisan, Underprivileged or Disadvantaged Person

Helps Preserve Heritage Skills & Culture


Ethical Partnership / Fair Trade


Celebrating Craftsmanship

Every piece of craft weaves a story. Some stories span centuries, filled with history and culture. Others represent a new lease in life away from the past.

Earth Heir began with an appreciation for craftspeople. These artists spend a lifetime honing and perfecting their skills to create their finest art pieces. We are dedicated to the preservation of heritage art forms.

We work hand-in-hand with master artisans, the underprivileged and disadvantaged persons to create a collection of exquisitely handcrafted pieces from around the world.

I am only one; but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; I will not refuse to do something I can do.” – Helen Keller

Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. At all the times you can. To all the people you can. As long as ever you can.” – John Wesley


For Earth Heir’s logo, we drew from our Founder, Sasibai Kimis’ experience in Ghana. This Adinkra symbol represents aphorisms and is depicted in many aspects of Ghanaian culture. The “Nyame Nti” symbol means ‘by God’s grace’ and represents faith and trust in God.

Our Team

Sasibai Kimis
  • Sasibai Kimis

  • Sasi founded Earth Heir in 2013, as a social business focusing on luxury craftsmanship which showcases the skills and traditions of the craftspeople. She has a background in investment banking, private equity, non-profit/development agencies, mining, finance, sustainable development, corporate responsibility, and micro-finance whilst having lived in eight countries over four continents. She is absolutely passionate about issues pertaining to environmental sustainability, green/eco-tech, travelling, film and jazz music. Sasi speaks English, Malay, Tamil and basic Swedish. She is an alumnus of the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and Cambridge University.

Poomabai Kimis
  • Poomabai Kimis

  • Pooma has had a professed interest in the fight against poverty from a young age and a secret penchant for soft silk and cashmere. When her sister Sasi, came up with the idea of combining the two together, Earth Heir was born. The aim is simple: make as big a difference in people’s lives as one possibly can. She speaks English, Malay, Tamil and French and is an alumnus of the University College London and holds a PgDL in Law. Pooma is also a mentor with the Cherie Blair Foundation's Mentoring Women in Business Programme supporting women worldwide.

Ee-Leng Yeoh
  • Ee-Leng Yeoh

  • Ee-Leng is an architect by training and is an alumnus of the University of Sydney. Having spent her formative years in Singapore, Nigeria, Borneo and New Zealand, she is convinced of the importance of keeping cultural diversity alive, and that even as we embrace modernity, it should not be at the expense of our cultural heritage. She is drawn to Earth Heir's mission to support and uphold traditional art forms as a means to sustain t heir livelihoods, especially so in places where these practices are in danger of losing out to other means to material survival.