This beautiful necklace is handmade by HIV positive women in Ethiopia out of recycled artillery shells. If you love the mixed metals look this one is for you. It features two tapered strands of gold and silver beads strung on a black waxed cotton cord. It is fully adjustable so can be worn long or short.
Adjusts from 18-26" long.
Made of silver-plated nickel and pure brass beads on a waxed cotton cord.
ABOUT THE ARTISANS
This artisan group in Ethiopia is one of our favorite new groups we are featuring. In the mountains of Ethiopia farmers find old bullet casings from previous wars and melt them down to be re-purposed into beautiful beads. The jewelry is then designed and handcrafted in a fair trade cooperative consisting of 150 women who are either HIV positive or suffering from fistula due to genital mutilation. The cooperative has not only given the women employment and access to quality healthcare, but has provided hope and a sense of dignity.
This beautiful fair trade necklace features 2 strands of glass seed beads and a hammered brass pendant. Longest strand measures 18" long with a 2"...
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