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Limited Edition Jewelry

Showcase your unique style with limited edition, fair trade jewelry from Africa! 

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$24.00

These beautiful hammered copper rings are handcrafted by young self-taught Zambian women of F.R.E.E. (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, sometimes adding a patina. Defying gender norms by becoming metalsmiths for jewelry-making, these women showcase modern Zambian skill in their F.R.E.E. Woman jewelry.

When allowed to return to work, the women crafted a short-run series of copper jewelry inspired by the need to stay together even when apart.

Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, each will vary slightly. Choose from Size 7 or Size 8.

About the Artisans:

F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) started as a group of young, inexperienced women, with no previous jewelry making experience and defying gender norms, who taught themselves metalsmithing using copper. Using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, they transform it into beautiful pieces of jewelry. Their skills have continually expanded, and some women have trained in silversmithing.

$48.00

These beautiful hammered copper bracelets are handcrafted by young self-taught Zambian women of F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, sometimes adding a patina. Defying gender norms by becoming metalsmiths for jewelry-making, these women showcase modern Zambian skill in their F.R.E.E. Woman jewelry.

When allowed to return to work during the pandemic, the women crafted a short-run series of copper jewelry inspired by the need to stay together even when apart.

Width can be adjusted. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, each will vary slightly.

About the Artisans:

F.R.E.E. (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) started as a group of young, inexperienced women, with no previous jewelry making experience and defying gender norms, who taught themselves metalsmithing using copper. Using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, they transform it into beautiful pieces of jewelry. Their skills have continually expanded, and some women have trained in silversmithing.

$34.00

When allowed to return to work during the coronavirus pandemic, the women of F.R.E.E. crafted a short-run series of copper jewelry inspired by our need to stay together, even when apart. These Mended Heart earrings were inspired by the heartbreak and resilience seen during the pandemic.

These copper earrings are handcrafted by young self-taught Zambian women of F.R.E.E. (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, with added patina. Defying gender norms by becoming metalsmiths for jewelry-making, these women showcase modern Zambian skill in their F.R.E.E. Woman jewelry.

When allowed to return to work during the pandemic, the women crafted a short-run series of copper jewelry inspired by the need to stay together even when apart.

Width can be adjusted. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, each will vary slightly.

About the Artisans:

F.R.E.E. (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) started as a group of young, inexperienced women, with no previous jewelry making experience and defying gender norms, who taught themselves metalsmithing using copper. Using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, they transform it into beautiful pieces of jewelry. Their skills have continually expanded, and some women have trained in silversmithing.

$48.00

These beautiful hammered copper bracelets are handcrafted by young self-taught Zambian women of F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, sometimes adding a patina. Defying gender norms by becoming metalsmiths for jewelry-making, these women showcase modern Zambian skill in their F.R.E.E. Woman jewelry.

When allowed to return to work, the women crafted a short-run series of copper jewelry inspired by the need to stay together even when apart.

Width can be adjusted. Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, each will vary slightly.

About the Artisans:

F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) started as a group of young, inexperienced women, with no previous jewelry making experience and defying gender norms, who taught themselves metalsmithing using copper. Using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, they transform it into beautiful pieces of jewelry. Their skills have continually expanded, and some women have trained in silversmithing.

$34.00

These beautiful hammered copper earrings are handcrafted by young self-taught Zambian women of F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, sometimes adding a patina. Defying gender norms by becoming metalsmiths for jewelry-making, these women showcase modern Zambian skill in their F.R.E.E. Woman jewelry.

When allowed to return to work, the women crafted a short-run series of copper jewelry inspired by the need to stay together even when apart.

Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, each will vary slightly.

About the Artisans:

F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) started as a group of young, inexperienced women, with no previous jewelry making experience and defying gender norms, who taught themselves metalsmithing using copper. Using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, they transform it into beautiful pieces of jewelry. Their skills have continually expanded, and some women have trained in silversmithing.

$68.00

These beautiful hammered copper necklaces are handcrafted by young self-taught Zambian women of F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, sometimes adding a patina. Defying gender norms by becoming metalsmiths for jewelry-making, these women showcase modern Zambian skill in their F.R.E.E. Woman jewelry.

When allowed to return to work, the women crafted a short-run series of copper jewelry inspired by the need to stay together even when apart.

Due to the handcrafted nature of this item, each will vary slightly.

About the Artisans:

F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) started as a group of young, inexperienced women, with no previous jewelry making experience and defying gender norms, who taught themselves metalsmithing using copper. Using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, they transform it into beautiful pieces of jewelry. Their skills have continually expanded, and some women have trained in silversmithing.

$48.00

These eye-catching stacked copper cuff bracelets are handcrafted by young self-taught Zambian women of F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, sometimes adding a patina. Defying gender norms by becoming metalsmiths for jewelry-making, these women showcase modern Zambian skill in their F.R.E.E. Woman jewelry.

Sizes: [Narrow] 2.5"L x 2.25"W x 0.75"T. One size fits most. [Wide] 2.5"L X 2.25"W X 1.5"T. One size fits most. Because this is a handcrafted item, each will vary slightly.

About the Artisans:

F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) started as a group of young, inexperienced women, with no previous jewelry making experience and defying gender norms, who taught themselves metalsmithing using copper. Using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, they transform it into beautiful pieces of jewelry. Their skills have continually expanded, and some women have trained in silversmithing.

$34.00

Beautiful copper earrings, featuring equilaterals with a viridian patina, are handcrafted by young self-taught Zambian women of F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment). Using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, women of F.R.E.E. are defying gender norms, becoming metalsmiths for jewelry-making.

Measures 1.25"W x 1.75"L. Because this is a handcrafted item, each will vary slightly.

About the Artisans:

F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) started as a group of young, inexperienced women, with no previous jewelry making experience and defying gender norms, who taught themselves metalsmithing using copper. Using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, they transform it into beautiful pieces of jewelry. Their skills have continually expanded, and some women have trained in silversmithing.

$82.00

This stylish fringe necklace, featuring copper with a viridian patina and without, is handcrafted by Zambian artisans with F.R.E.E. It's hung from a handcrafted copper chain with a hook clasp. Using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, young self-taught Zambian women of F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) are defying gender norms becoming metalsmiths for jewelry-making.

Measures 3"W x 16"L (total length)). Because this is a handcrafted item, each will vary slightly. Matching earrings are available.

About the Artisans:

F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) started as a group of young, inexperienced women, with no previous jewelry making experience and defying gender norms, who taught themselves metalsmithing using copper. Using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, they transform it into beautiful pieces of jewelry. Their skills have continually expanded, and some women have trained in silversmithing.

$32.00

Beautiful fringe earrings, featuring copper with a viridian patina and without, are handcrafted by young self-taught Zambian women of F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment). Using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, women of F.R.E.E. are defying gender norms becoming metalsmiths for jewelry-making.

Measures 0.75"W x 4.75"L. Because this is a handcrafted item, each will vary slightly. Matching necklace is available.

About the Artisans:

F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) started as a group of young, inexperienced women, with no previous jewelry making experience and defying gender norms, who taught themselves metalsmithing using copper. Using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, they transform it into beautiful pieces of jewelry. Their skills have continually expanded, and some women have trained in silversmithing.

$32.00

This eye-catching copper disc bracelet is handcrafted by young self-taught Zambian women of F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, sometimes adding a patina. Defying gender norms by becoming metalsmiths for jewelry-making, these women showcase modern Zambian skill in their F.R.E.E. Woman jewelry.

Measures 1"W x 9"L (from end to end, unclasped). Length can be adjusted at closure with the hook clasp. Because this is a handcrafted item, each will vary slightly.Coordinating necklace and earrings are available.

About the Artisans:

F.R.E.E (Foundation for the Realization of Economic Empowerment) started as a group of young, inexperienced women, with no previous jewelry making experience and defying gender norms, who taught themselves metalsmithing using copper. Using copper recycled from used water heaters and wire, they transform it into beautiful pieces of jewelry. Their skills have continually expanded, and some women have trained in silversmithing.

$38.00

These chic earrings are handmade in Mali in collaboration with designer Phyllis Woods of Tribalinks.

The earrings feature hammered, copper plating and sterling silver earwires. Handcrafted by skilled artisans in Mali.

Small: 1.25"W x 1.5"L; Medium: 1.5"W x 1.75"L; Large: 2"W x 2"L. Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variation is expected.

$38.00

Vibrant and playful, this braided set is handcrafted from ankara cloth in Ghana. Wear together, or individuallyâ this set comes with a necklace and bracelet.

Handcrafted and one of a kind, this fair trade set is the perfect way to switch up your accessories!

About the Artisans:

African wax prints, also known as Ankara prints, are common materials for clothing in Africa, especially West Africa. Nana Yaa is a beautiful young Ghanaian lady and former model who loves celebrating the vibrance of Ghanaian culture in colorful accessories.

 

$38.00

Vibrant and playful, this braided set is handcrafted from ankara cloth in Ghana. Wear together, or individuallyâ this set comes with a necklace and bracelet.

Handcrafted and one of a kind, this fair trade set is the perfect way to switch up your accessories!

About the Artisans:

African wax prints, also known as Ankara prints, are common materials for clothing in Africa, especially West Africa. Nana Yaa is a beautiful young Ghanaian lady and former model who loves celebrating the vibrance of Ghanaian culture in colorful accessories.

 

$38.00

Vibrant and playful, this braided set is handcrafted from ankara cloth in Ghana. Wear together, or individuallyâ this set comes with a necklace and bracelet.

Handcrafted and one of a kind, this fair trade set is the perfect way to switch up your accessories!

About the Artisans:

African wax prints, also known as Ankara prints, are common materials for clothing in Africa, especially West Africa. Nana Yaa is a beautiful young Ghanaian lady and former model who loves celebrating the vibrance of Ghanaian culture in colorful accessories.

 

$38.00

Vibrant and playful, this braided set is handcrafted from ankara cloth in Ghana. Wear together, or individuallyâ this set comes with a necklace and bracelet.

Handcrafted and one of a kind, this fair trade set is the perfect way to switch up your accessories!

About the Artisans:

African wax prints, also known as Ankara prints, are common materials for clothing in Africa, especially West Africa. Nana Yaa is a beautiful young Ghanaian lady and former model who loves celebrating the vibrance of Ghanaian culture in colorful accessories.

 

$72.00

Elevate your wardrobe with this showstopper necklace, handcrafted by a Kenyan artisan named Gabrielle. Features a lavish 60 pieces of shimmery brass dangles in graduating lengths, all hung from a brass circle with a hook clasp.

Measurements: Total circle circumference 17.25", diameter 5.5". Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variation is expected.

$52.00

These gorgeous drop earrings feature a 24k gold-plated twist, topped with a deep ruby-red quartz bead that flashes at the earlobe.

Handmade in Mali in collaboration with designer Phyllis Woods of Tribalinks.

Measures 0.25"W x 2.5"L. Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variation is expected.

$24.00

Handmade in Mali, these twirled brass earrings are a modern interpretation of the fulani earrings of the people, who wore large gold earrings as a display of wealth.

The earrings are handcrafted from hammered brass, making them lighter than gold and more affordable. The twisting of the brass adds dimension and dramatic shine.

[L] 1.75"L x 0.75"W [M] 1.25"L x 0.5"W [S] 1"L x 0.5"W. Because this is a handcrafted item, each will vary slightly.

About the Artisans:

Mali Chic is a collaboration of 195 artisans that sells its products through a boutique in Bamako and through international exports. Artisans work from home, in their own workshops or on-site at Mali Chic, and child labor is never used. Mali Chic provides artisans with 50% advances on all orders and pay a fair price for their products.

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$42.00

Handmade in Mali in collaboration with designer Phyllis Woods of Tribalinks, these polished brass earrings are a modern interpretation of the fulani earrings of the people, who wore large gold earrings as a display of wealth.

Measures 0.5"W x 2.5"L. Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variation is expected.

$38.00

Handmade in Mali, these silver earrings with silver earwires are a modern interpretation of the traditional earrings of the Fulani people, who wore large, twirled gold earrings as a display of wealth.

Artisan-made in Mali in collaboration with designer Phyllis Woods of Tribalinks.

Measures 0.5"W x 2.5"L. Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variation is expected.

$64.00

These chic earrings, featuring hammered, silver plating and sterling silver earwires, are handmade in Mali in collaboration with designer Phyllis Woods of Tribalinks.

Small: 1.25"W x 1.5"L; Medium: 1.5"W x 1.75"L; Large: 2"W x 2"L; Extra Large: 2.25"W x 2.5"L. Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variation is expected.

$88.00

Known worldwide for their jewelry craftsmanship, artisans in Mali crafted this beautiful necklace from silver and glass beads.

Five silver-plated droplet pedants drape beautifully from the beaded necklace. Each pendant is accented with hand-etched geometric details. Finished with a hook closure.

Choose from sea green, burgundy, or black glass beads.

Measures 18" long. Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variation is expected. Fair trade.

$88.00

This stunning necklace features five silver-plated, rectangular pendants that drape beautifully across the collarbone. Each pendant is engraved with intricate geometric designs. The necklace is strung with glass beads and finished with a hook closure.

Choose from black or emerald green glass beads.

Measures 18" long. Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variation is expected. Fair trade.

$68.00

Earrings feature hammered silver in a half-moon shape and sterling silver earwires. These statement earrings are surprisingly lightweight. Handcrafted by skilled artisans in Mali.

These gorgeous earrings are handmade in Mali in collaboration with designer Phyllis Woods of Tribalinks.

Measures 1.75"L X 1.5"W. Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variation is expected.

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