After many years of partnership, Fair Collection artisans are now able to send their children to school and provide opportunities to secure a bright future. Some families have even been able to save money so their children will have security as they grow older.
Faire Collection recycles bullhorn that has been discarded by local stockyards. Bullhorn is an ideal material for craftsmen, because it can be molded and sculpted into different shapes by applying heat and water. Bullhorn is also unique in its natural color variation.
Faire Collection ensures women get paid fairly and can gain experience in the workshop to give them confidence to become leaders in their community. Many women help train their neighbors so they can join the workshop and better provide for their families.
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Faire Collection recycles bullhorn that has been discarded by local stockyards. Bullhorn is an ideal material for craftsmen, because it can be molded and sculpted into different shapes by applying heat and water. Bullhorn is also unique in its natural color variation. Each horn has a different combination of colors ranging from white to black, brown and gray tones in between.
The Devika Pendant features a wide chevron with a teal patina finish and engraved with a subtle floral pattern. Hangs on a gold finish brass chain.
Size: 3" x 0.25" x 16"
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Add the Ripples Necklace to any outfit for a trendy, easy-to-wear finish! Dress up a casual tee or where it with a dressy top and feel the ripples of change as you help empower the women in India who made this necklace.
Three strands of recycled Kantha textile beads are linked with gold metal wires and complimented by gold chain fringe hanging from the longest strand. Each necklace will vary slightly, as the Kantha beads are repurposed. Handmade by women artisans in India who improve their lives and communities through fair trade.
Size: Measures 16” at shortest strand + 4 ½” extender.
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