Nepali Bead Ball Earrings
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Colorful clusters of glass beads make for zesty fun, anytime. Hand-beaded by traditional Nepali artisans.
- Black, Blue, Green, Multicolor, Purple, or Red
- Approximately 0.5" dia. (1.3 cm)
- Handmade in and fairly traded from Nepal
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June 21, 2015 - They are gorgeous, I love mine.
June 17, 2015 - These are cute, everyday earrings. I bought all five on sale and half of what I paid went to the Nepalese for earthquake aid. A blue jeans/shirt tail kind of look. Fun.
June 15, 2015 - So far, I have purchased the Purple & Blue Nepali Bead Ball Earrings. However, I also intend to purchase the Red & Green earrings as well. They are nice & light weight - not pulling my ear lobe down to my shoulders, & their coloring is fun. I am very pleased to have them!!
June 11, 2015 - I got the purple. They are quite pale in color, but surprisingly pretty and with the mix of colors, they kind of go with everything. They are small, but they really do look nice when I put them on. One reviewer threw them into the trash? That's nuts. (at the very lease you could give them to a little girl or donate them to goodwill!). But maybe that reviewer didn't actually put them on! They are very simple earrings but they look great when you wear them. At least, that's been my experience. I really like the purple ones. At $15 I think the price is a bit high, but I got them on sale for $10 and they are definitely worth that.
January 31, 2015 - These were my favorite purchase from a fairly large order I made. I wish I had purchased every color. I hope they hold up well because they are really pretty and are small enough to wear to work. I was really happy with these, especially for the price!
Artisan: Sana Hastakala
Sana Hastakala in Nepal translates as "small producer." This premier fair trade organization in Nepal that provides women a good living wage, skills training, health care and added emergency financial support when needed. The organization works with several small women's cooperatives in order to create a market for their products.
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