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 uses sustainably harvested nuts like Tagua, Acai and Achira seeds from the rainforest in Ecuador. This helps preserve the forests for future generations by providing alternative income for farmers who otherwise would cut trees down for logging and agriculture.
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.
Inspired by the glamour of Gatsby, this Art Deco cuff has a scalloped design in green and brass patina. Adjusts to fit mosts wrists.
Size: 2.5" x 2.25" x 1.5"
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Colorful red and orange Zulugrass beads made by the Maasai in Kenya. This bracelet is one long strand (27") that you can wrap 3 or 4 times around your wrist - fits most.
The Leakey Collection dedicates proceeds from this bracelet to their Girls Graduation program to counsel young rural girls and their families on the importance of staying in school. The Leakey Collection also has a girls' scholarship fund.
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Wear this recycled Kantha Bauble Bracelet by itself, or layer it with your other favorite bracelets - it looks great either way! Kantha beads are alternated with gold beads and kantha beads will vary. Each bracelet is unique. Handcrafted by low-income women in India.
Size: beads are ½” wide
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