We love this simple ceramic bead bracelet created by the women of Miujiza, which means miracle in Kenya. These women are the grandmothers of the babies who live at Rehema House, our rescue center for teen moms just outside of Nairobi. These grandmothers asked to be rescued too - and the beautiful pieces they create are miracles! This bracelet will stand alone or be a beautiful bangle amongst an arm party of fair trade beads.
Approximately 6.5" circumference
Hand rolled ceramic beads
Made in Kenya
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