The Eve bag is a true representation of fine craftsmanship. Handwoven by weavers from the Rungus tribe in Sabah, the stems of the creeper fern are woven around a rattan core and crafted into the bag.
These leather handles are fashioned from upcycled waste leather, hand cut and embossed by a small shoe factory in Klang, Malaysia.
Each bag comes with an embroidered cotton dust bag that can be used to store valuables inside the bag. The embroidered bag is stitched by a Pakistani refugee in Malaysia.
Handmade with love in Malaysia ♥
Earth Heir was created with a desire to improve the income of artisans, refugees, and differently-abled persons. They mentor survivors of human trafficking, training them in the Earth Heir workspace, as well as give a portion of sale proceeds to plant trees.
Supports Underprivileged and Disadvantaged Artisans
Add some sparkle with these stunning metallic druzy earrings. Definitely a crowd favorite and available in stunning varieties so be sure to check out the labeled pictures and hover for the color/style information.
Handmade with love in Honduras ♥
The Kalenjin Druzy Earrings are made by artisans with Badala, an organization focused on the fight against human trafficking and working to provide women with pathways out of poverty through opportunity and education. Badala’s line of jewelry, accessories, and housewares was born out of the need for employment among victims of human trafficking in order to support their children. Initially launching in Kenya, Badala has since expanded their work to reach women and artisans across East Africa, Central America, and domestic human trafficking survivors in the U.S.A.
Hypo allergenic gunmetal posts
Measure approximately 10 mm (small) to 15 mm (large)
This handcrafted choker combines turquoise or black beads with a smooth brass bar for the perfect accent piece. Adjustable and double as a short necklace.
Handmade with love in India ♥
The Coastal choker is made by artisans with Purpose Jewelry who empowers those escaping human trafficking and encourages them to find and embrace their Christian identity while recognizing their infinite self-worth. They work with survivors of human trafficking in Mumbai, India, Kampala, Uganda and Orange County, CA. From creation to shipping, these young women are playing a critical role in every step of the process while earning a fair wage and gaining employable skills for the future. Their fashionable jewelry embodies the ambition and optimism of their artisans, with each piece hand-signed with pride.
6.5" drop with a 3" extender clasp featuring 1" bar pendant