DELICATE DASH NECKLACERegular price $98.00 Save $0.00
The Delicate Dash Necklace features a classic chain and drop-shaped charm necklace with a toggle-front closure. Worn by Michelle Obama on the cover of the Dec 2018 issue of Essence Magazine. Handcrafted in Kenya from recycled brass using traditional artisan techniques.
KAZURI LARIATRegular price $88.00 Save $0.00
With a thoughtful dose of color, material and form, the Kazuri Lariat Necklace is an impactful modern classic. Handcrafted from ceramic and 24k gold plated brass using traditional techniques. Learn more about our partnership with Kazuri.
UZI DELICATE NECKLACERegular price $108.00 Save $0.00
A vintage-inspired style with textural details make a modern, ethical statement‚ an essential style for every day or special occasions. The Uzi Delicate Necklace stands strong alone or layers well with others. Handcrafted by artisans in Kenya using traditional techniques. 24K plated gold.
DASH LAYERED NECKLACE- GOLDRegular price $158.00 Save $0.00
Get a layered look instantly with the ease and simplicity of a single necklace. These two chains create major wow factor. You’ll want to wear the Dash Layered Necklace repeatedly. Handcrafted by artisans in Kenya using traditional techniques. Finished in high-polish 24K-gold plated.
KARAMU COLLAR NECKLACERegular price $138.00 Save $0.00
The Karamu Collar Necklace is a bold take on a classic style that you’ll be sure to love for years to come. Stunning ethically sourced bone is cut into confetti-like discs and hand-dyed in a striking color palette. Handcrafted by artisans in Kenya using traditional techniques. Karamu means party in Swahili.
This item is made from natural materials meaning it is one-of-a-kind and color may vary.
MIJI LINK NECKLACE- GOLDRegular price $198.00 Save $0.00
Intricate twisting handmade knot shapes create chain-link detailing in the Miji Necklace. Handcrafted by artisans in Kenya with 24k gold plated brass using traditional techniques. Drapes at collar length. In Swahili, Miji means town – a landmark of regional people, community, and culture. It’s a name fitting for this piece as a landmark family of this collection.