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Meant to Bead Cuff

Item # 43392
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A combination of style and substance that was meant to be -- each wooden cuff is handcrafted in Delhi, India by artisans of Toucan Krafte, our fair trade partner enabling marginalized women to learn beading, weaving, and stitching skills. Artisans enjoy the flexibility of working from home and caring for their families, all while earning a fair wage.

  • Wood, glass, & brass beads
  • 2" W x 2.5" diameter (5.l x 6.4 cm); will stretch to fit most wrists
  • Handmade in and fairly traded from India

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Recent reviews:

January 5, 2014 - Beautiful! Very well made and looks exactly as the photo shows. I gave as a Christmas gift and the recipient was thrilled!

December 21, 2012 - This bracelet is much nicer in real life. Great workmanship. It made a real special gift for my friend's birthday.

Artisan: Toucan Krafte

Artisan Toucan Krafte

Toucan Krafte is an artisan group made up of economically disadvantaged women from villages just outside of New Delhi, India. Besides providing the women with a much-needed steady income, Toucan also provides schooling for artisan's children, health care, and ongoing education and support. Many women are the sole income provider for their family, while others use the fair wage they receive to ensure their children can attend school and have the required books and supplies. Toucan focuses on educating women in order to break the cycle of poverty and dependence, and channels their profits into a trust that provides scholarships for girls' higher education.

Artisan Geeta

Geeta, the eldest of seven children, left school early in order to support her family and found opportunity with Toucan Krafte. Although Geeta had no experience with jewelry, she completed the training program and soon began to excel in beaded jewelry and crafts. The fair wage she earns has enabled her to help support her family and to send her younger siblings to school. Geeta now teaches craft skills to other women in her community, further expanding hope and opportunity in her community.

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