Hammered Heart Bracelet

$25.00 USD

Share the love with this handmade hammered heart bracelet. Each of these African beaded bracelets are handcrafted by Khutsala Artisans in rural Africa. These one-of-a-kind, African-made bracelets are the perfect statement piece for everyday wear and are easily stackable. The creation process of each bead and hammered metal heart causes slight variations in each bead making each one truly unique. 

  • 100% handmade
  • Available in 12 different colors & styles
  • Each bead is individually made in Eswatini, Africa
  • Each purchase supports the livelihoods of over 100 workers and their families
  • 100% of profits are donated to an African orphanage
Completely Handcrafted in Africa

Each of these unique beaded bracelets is made with SwaziMUD beads. These color ceramic beads are hand-crafted by artisans in Africa. The production of these SwaziMUD beads provides work for women in a country with an unemployment rate of 70%. 

Because these beads and the metal heart on these bracelets are handmade, no two bracelets are alike. Each purchase is truly one-of-a-kind.

Fight Unemployment and Poverty with Each Purchase

Over 50% of the population in Eswatini, Africa is living below the property line and make less than $2 per day. Khutsala meanings "hard-working" in the siSwati language. 

Over 100 people are currently employed at Khutsala Artisans and since each Swazi provides for 13 other family members on average, nearly 1,300 people are impacted in surrounding communities.  Work gives us all purpose.  It nurtures dignity and self-worth. Each artisan is proud of their high-quality work, knowing that they are providing for their families as well as funds that help care for orphans and vulnerable children.

100% of Profits Donated to Support HOPE for Orphans & Vulnerable Children  

100% of the profit made from each sale goes to support Project Canaan, a place of HOPE for orphans and vulnerable children in Eswatini. Spread hope to the beautiful children in Eswatini when you purchase.


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