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Our pearl and semi-precious stone jewelry is handcrafted by survivors of slavery, extreme poverty and other human rights abuses, as well as young women formerly growing up on the streets, in Nepal and Thailand.
Using natural materials such as amethyst, freshwater pearls, jade, turquoise and amber, jewelers in these programs create sustainable futures and timeless works of wearable art. Womens empowerment and Fair Trade with fashion and style.
Gypsy earrings glow with hope for women worldwide! These earrings feature golden teardrop shaped glass beads from Tibet, wrapped in etched stainless steel bead and strung on sterling silver ear wires. 1" tall exclusive of ear wires Learn More
These hollow oval earthy earrings in natural wood tones, made with beads from Tibet, are hung on sterling silver ear wires. 2" tall exclusive of ear wires. Made by Survivors at Princess Home Nepal. Learn More
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
Sky blue glass beads and tribal-carved wood beads combine for a stunning natural effect on several strands of black cotton cord in this exotic necklace, made by survivors at Princess Home Nepal with hand-made beads from Tibet. Learn More
Enchanting long statement necklace features bright green glass beads, bias-carved wood beads, and sand-colored beads, hand painted with images reminiscent of cave art, on three strands of knotted brown cotton cord, adjustable from 24"-36". Made to match our Cave Art Bracelet and earrings, by survivors at Princess Home in Kathmandu, from handmade Tibetan beads which provide a means of livelihood for nomadic Tibetans. Learn More
New necklace from Princess Home Nepal features fiery red marbled beads, luminous orange geometric-cut beads, alongside hand-cut natural wood beads in a variety of shapes and shades, strung on cotton cord with clever braided closure, adjustable from 18"-34", handmade with beads carried down to Nepal by nomadic Tibetans. Supplies are limited. Learn More
Simple and versatile blue glass drop earrings in regal royal blue, hung on sterling silver ear wires, with hand-carved wooden accent beads, .4: tall exclusive of wires. Made by Survivors at Princess Home in Nepal. Learn More
Joyful green earrings featuring stone beads and natural wood beads from Tibet, strung on sterling silver ear wires. Made by Survivors at Princess Home Nepal to match our Cave Art necklace and bracelet. Learn More
Bright and cheerful Moonga earrings feature red-orange stone beads accented with natural wood beads, on sterling silver ear wires. Made By Survivors at Princess Home in Kathmandu, with beads carried from Tibet by nomadic peoples, providing a much-needed means of livelihood. Made to match our Moonga bracelet. 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
Turquoise crackle beads, natural wood beads and white and black striped zebra stone beads, handmade in Tibet and strung on brown cotton cord by survivors in Nepal. Adjustable closure from 18-24". Made to match our Turquoise and Wood Bead Earrings and Bracelet. Learn More
Freshwater Pearl and Etched Silver Disc Bracelet, 7.5", is graceful and
simply lovely, made to match our Silver Disc and Pearl Necklace, and
Grey Pearl Earrings, Made By Survivors at Rahab Thailand Learn More