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Whiskey Box Metallic Necklaces - $20.00
This one-of-a kind necklaceâ€”with black, gold and amber colored beads made from recycled Something-Special-brand whiskey boxesâ€”dresses up your most casual outfit and brings an earthy accent to your evening a
Classic Haitian Earrings - $8.50
These artful beaded earrings are a classic in the Hands Together Cooperative jewelry line. Simple, colorful and lightly swaying, they bring life to your wardrobe without stealing all of the attention. A little Haitian
Waterfall Necklaces - $15.30
This colorful necklace was inspired by one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Haiti: Sodo, located in the central plateau. The Waterfall necklace reflects the tones of Haitiâ€™s beautiful plateau rivers contrasting with
Haitian Celebration Necklace - $18.75
This brilliant necklace is made from recycled-paper beads, for wearing during the Fete Gede celebrationâ€”which takes place every year in Haiti at the start of November. During this festivity, voodoo ceremonies a
Bottle Cap Earrings - $8.50
These flashy earrings are made from flattened and painted metal bottle caps, salvaged from all over Port au Prince. You wonâ€™t know which of these gorgeously colored earrings you got until you open our packageâ€”but if yo
Bold Bracelets - $8.50
This Bold Bracelet embodies the sassiness of the women who live in Haiti. Made of a single strand of medium to large beads this bracelet is created in bold colors that accentuate the wrist and handâ€”and draw attention to whate
Early this morning Fab.com launched a curated sale from Haitian artisan group, J/P Haitian Relief Organization, which is composed of people who were displaced to a camp ever since the Haiti earthquake of January 2010. The sale has been curated and endorsed by Soleil Moon Frye, (aka) Punky Brewster.
After traveling to Haiti, Soleil fell in love with the Haitian people, among which were the people of the Hands Together Artisan Cooperative, specializing in making eclectic handmade recycled beads. 25% of each piece sold goes towards collective earnings as a social net, while 75% of earnings go to the artisan directly, and each piece of jewelry is marked with the name of the artisan who made it. Soleil, describes this jewelry as "beautiful, unique, stylish, and made by artisans with love and pride."
· Haitian Artisanal Jewelry [Fab]
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