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Miudo black necklace by She is from the Jungle
All ABURY products are meticulously handcrafted by master craftsmen and women all over the world using premium materials. Since our materials, such as leather, cactus silk, raffia fibres, wool or tagua nuts, are naturally tanned, the original color and coating can be slightly different than what we present. This is what makes our products so unique and exclusive - each of them are made with all the diligence and love for detail just for you. To maintain their original quality, we recommend keeping all handmade goods away from sources of heat and caring for these items regularly.
Every piece is handmade for you with love for detail by our artisans from different countries around the world. Usually we have a small stock of each product available to pack and ship within two working days. Sometimes the delivery times of our Leather Berber Bags can vary as we only produce low quantities and therefore it might happen that a bag is especially handmade for you following your order. This can take up to 4 weeks, but we will inform you within a day after your order if it is expected to take more than a week to get your unique ABURY product to you!
Miudo black necklace
by She is from the Jungle
The sustainable Gold.
A 100% handmade Necklace made with golden Grass and synthetic leather. Golden Grass is a rare plant which has the appearance of spun gold and continues to shine after it is harvested. It is strong, durable and flexible enough to be woven into accessories. It is also very light in weight so that earrings that look like gold are virtually weightless. The conservation management by the Brazilian government assures that it is a renewable resource.
✓ 100% handmade in Brazil
✓ 100% fair trade
✓ 10% of the profit goest to the Street-child Project CAMM
✓ Materials: synthetic leather, golden grass, made from all-natural, renewable resources
✓ Colours: golden, naturally shiny
✓ Size: 20cm with adjustable chain length
ABURY re-invests 50% of their profits in social projects such as education through the ABURY Foundation.