Handmade by members of a cooperative in Mozambique, these surprisingly lightweight earrings are carved from African Blackwood and inlaid with a strip of white wood to form a stylish modern design. The earrings are 1 1/2 inches in diameter.
Meet the Artisans
Based in Mozambique, BaobArt is a collective of over twenty artisans from impoverished zones in and around the Maputo City center. Brought together by craft enthusiasts who helped them grow production, the artisans now have access to global markets and with this access comes the ability to support their families and communities. BaobArt artisans produce a wide range of traditionally inspired crafts, specializing in the use of local and renewable wood and recycled materials in stunning jewelry and home decor. The artisan’s extensive training and love for their art is visible in the high quality of each carefully crafted piece.
Recycling never looked so chic! These bracelets are made from bright strips of magazine paper, rolled and lacquered for durability. Bracelets are strung on elasticized cord for a flexible fit. Meet the Artisans Imani Workshop Based in Eldoret, Kenya, Imani Workshops was established in 2005...
Mix it up with these chunky three-strands crafted from assorted beads. Colors will vary. Approximately 22 inches long. Round toggle clasp. Meet the Artisans Imani Workshop Based in Eldoret, Kenya, Imani Workshops was established in 2005 under the social enterprise wing of the Academic Model...
Handcrafted in South Africa, these earrings are two darkened semi circles of brass connected by streams of brilliant brass. The coloration on these 1.5-inch long earrings, which hang from brass hooks, is achieved with high heat rather than paints or dyes. Meet the Artisans Brass...