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Our unique fine jewelry is handmade by survivors of human trafficking and other human rights abuses at our Jewelry Centers in India, Nepal, and Thailand. Designers and jewelers from all over the world have designed necklaces, earrings, and bracelets for Made By Survivors.
Our handmade fashion jewelry includes the elegant beauty of sterling silver displaying messages of freedom and hope, the bold colors of nature in our stone and pearl collections, and eco-friendly pieces using recycled and sustainable materials. Womens empowerment and sustainable fair trade with fashion and style!
Stretch bracelet for guys or gals features turquoise and handmade wooden beads, geometrically cut brown glass beads and white crackle bead, for a diverse charm. Elastic cord, one size fits all. Made by Survivors at Princess Home, Nepal. Learn More
Bright green glass beads, bias carved wood beads, and sand-colored beads, hand painted with images reminiscent of cave art, grace this double-strand elastic bracelet, made by survivors at Princess Home in Kathmandu, from handmade Tibetan beads which are a means of livelihood for nomadic Tibetans. Learn More
Soft white earrings to match any outfit, white stone crackle beads and hand-carved stone beads on sterling silver wires. Handmade in Nepal with beads from Tibet, providing a livelihood both to Nepali survivors and to Nomadic Tibetans. Learn More
Our most popular beaded earrings from the Princess Project, a shelter in Kathmandu's tourist district for street girls and rescued survivors. Black and white handpainted wooden tribal beads and rich black stones are strung on sterling silver ear wires.
Wood and stone tribal design earrings, 2" long (exclusive of ear wires)
NEW DESIGNS for our classic and glittering beaded cuff bracelet, 7.5", with wood bead and loop closure. Made by survivors at Maiti Nepal, whose founder Anuradha Koirala was honored as 2010 CNN Hero of the year! Learn More