Nepali Woven Beaded Bracelet
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Jubilant color drenches this charmer from Nepal. Tiny multicolored glass beads are woven on soft cotton thread to create a beautiful and comfortable work of art. Wear one -- or three or four -- for the best-dressed wrist in town!
- Black Dot, Black Multi, Blue Multi, Brown Multi, Red, Purple, Dark Green, Independence Red, Light Lavender, Black, Clear Blue, Clear Silver, Pink Multi, Purple Multi, Red Multi, Pink Flower, Stripe, Green Multi, or White Dot
- 7" around (17.8 cm)
- Handmade in and fairly traded from Nepal
These traditional Nepalese beaded bracelets are handmade by a women's beading cooperative in Nepal, where women have been weaving with beads for centuries. Their highly-skilled work provides them with needed income, assisting them toward self-sufficiency and independence.
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- August 26, 2016
So cute. I wear this all the time. Goes with everything. Love the color!
- March 4, 2015
Beautiful bracelet and very unique. I love it. Recommend it as a great purchase for your wardrobe. I am really enjoying it.
- March 1, 2015
nice bracelets, definitely fit better for smaller wrists. they never seem to have all the colors in stock, so i'm waiting until they have more colors that i'd like, and hopefully when they're on sale again.
- June 27, 2014
Red Multi color is lively and easily rolls on to fit my 7" wrist. Works well layered with other beaded bracelets or with sterling silver. Looks great with black, white or grey outfits.
- June 9, 2014
I love these bracelets, both for myself & to give as gifts. They have a bit of give, and I can wear them (I usually get an 8" bracelet); I gave found that if they are a bit snug, you can get them wet and stretch them out a bit. I love that they help a good cause in Nepal as well as here!
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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