Kitana Necklace

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  • Hand carved, natural driftwood beads
  • Freshwater pearl
  • Abalone shell
  • Organic materials from the African Bush
  • Made in Zambia
  • Fair Trade Artisan Group:  Mulberry Mongoose

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About the Beads  Living next to the South Luangwa River our artisans partners witness first-hand the power and impact of the infamous, annual African rains. The river fills to bursting and entire trees are swept downstream tossing and turning in the currents. Beautiful pieces of wood get washed onto the river banks; the water moulds them into striking shapes turning them into pieces of art in their own right. This striking debris was the inspiration behind the pieces in the Kitana Collection.

 

This product is made by: Mulberry Mongoose




Mulberry Mongoose is an artisan initiative in the South Luangwa Valley. Located in a rural area, these artisans design and craft jewelry inspired by the African bush. They use locally and ethically sourced materials such as tagua, semi-precious stones, wooden debris and collected snare wires. Mulberry Mongoose is committed to giving back to the community and supporting conservation efforts. For every piece of snare wire jewelry sold, a $5 donation is made to nonprofits focused on wildlife conservation and anti-poaching efforts.