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Bead Drop Earrings

Add a touch of sophistication to your wardrobe with these Bead Drop Earrings. The delicate mother-of-pearl bead suspended from a gleaming gold-colored brass square post creates a stylish and eye-catching look. At a dangly 1.5", these earrings are a versatile addition to any outfit. Handcrafted by artisans with Bombolulu Workshop in Kenya who create whimsical jewelry and goods from recycled materials for local markets and export. Bombolulu offers employment, housing, medical aid, and education to adults who are blind or otherwise physically disabled, and often experience increased barriers to working in the mainstream labor market.

HANDCRAFTED IN KENYA

  • Materials: Brass, mother of pearl
  • Measures: 1.5"L
  • Colors: Gold, white
  • Handcrafted in Kenya

SKU: 4112130

THE MAKERS

Located near Mombasa, Kenya’s second largest city, Bombolulu provides employment and numerous other benefits, including housing, medical aid and adult education, for adults who are blind or physically disabled and who would otherwise have virtually no chance of employment in the mainstream labor market. Artisans create jewelry and other products for both local and export markets. An on-staff designer creates new jewelry lines, including both the trademark whimsical Bombolulu recycled materials jewelry and other design pieces.Bombolulu was established in 1969. It is one of a number of branches of the Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya Coast Branch, a Kenyan charitable organization. Bombolulu’s campus includes housing units for artisans, artisan workshops, and a guesthouse to help generate income. Ten Thousand Villages has purchased products from Bombolulu Workshop since 1986.
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