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Halfmoon Split Bracelet | Natural

$105.00
HANDMADE IN NAIROBI

An open cuff bracelet featuring a split moon horn inset detail.

Color: Natural/Brass

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Story

Situated in the heart of Nairobi is the neighbourhood of Kibera, and despite crushing poverty, the area has a thriving community of artists, dancers, craftsmen, and thousands of other talented residents. It is here in Kibera where you’ll find Jack and his group of artisans. Under Jack’s creative direction, they create beautiful pieces from scraps found outside the tiny shack where they work. Jack is the visionary of this talented collective and they’re looking to improve their quality of life through access to opportunities.    

Details
  • MEASUREMENTS: 2.5" x 2.25" x 0.75"; Adjustable
  • MATERIALS: Upcycled Cow Horn and 100% upcycled Brass , Silver Plating, 18K Gold Plating
  • COLOUR: Natural
  • ORIGIN: Kenya
Product Notes

Each item is unique. Because these bracelets are made from natural materials, there will be slight variations in colour and patterning from piece to piece.

 

MEET THE ARTISAN

Kenya

Our Artisan Partners From Kibera

My main ambition for joining this collective was to see my life transformed in a better way. I am proud to be part of this group of talented artisans, and since working with them I have achieved a lot, including paying school fees for my children”. –Harrison

Kibera, located in Nairobi, Kenya, is known as a creative hub. It’s also one of the world's most impoverished communities.

Despite crushing hardships, Kibera has a thriving community of artists, dancers, craftsmen, and thousands of other talented residents. And this is where we met Jack and his group of artisans.

Discarded brass items and cow horn (a by-product of the food industry), usually end up in the trash––but our artisan partners in Kenya are turning these raw materials into beautiful jewelry. Under Jack’s creative direction, the artists create beautiful pieces from the scraps found outside the tiny shack where they work. Reclaimed items. Items that are going to waste.

Recovered. Reimagined. Repurposed.