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Adrift - Hammered Copper Necklace

Adrift - Hammered Copper Necklace sits at that just right spot as the cording is adjustable. Pair with the Adrift - Hammered Copper Earrings and Ring. Handmade by craftspeople working with our artisan partner, Beas y Tapia in Chile. Committed to paying wages that value the work of the makers who preserve these traditional crafts.


  • Copper, brass, and a pale blue resin dot
  • 1.8"D
  • Pair with Adrift ‒ Hammered Copper Earrings and Adrift ‒ Hammered Copper Ring
  • Handcrafted in Chile

SKU: 8703070


Founded by mother and daughter María Rosa Beas and Rosa María Tapia in 1987, Beas y Tapia is a small family business committed to practicing the principles of Fair Trade. As an exporting organization working with artisans and clients, Beas y Tapia strives to secure prices that value the work of craftspeople and deliver quality products to customers. Based in Santiago, Chile’s capital city, the organization works with artisans from regions throughout Chile who craft a wide range of products.A member of the World Fair Trade Organization and the Chilean Fair Trade Association, Beas y Tapia works to develop lasting relationships with producers founded on transparency and mutual respect. Through Beas y Tapia, artisans have consistency and stability, allowing them opportunities to find new markets, preserve traditional crafts, train apprentices and provide job opportunities in their communities.Ten Thousand Villages has purchased products from Beas y Tapia since 2017, when Chilean fair trade organization Comparte ceased operations, and we sought another partner to help us continue to support and source from the workshops making existing products.

Welcome to our global maker-to-market movement where, together with 20,000 artisans, we ignite social change. We create opportunities for individuals, families, and communities in developing countries to thrive through strong relationships, fair wages, safe working conditions, and sustainable practices.