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Spring Charm Necklace Be ready to welcome spring with this fun charm necklace! Brass charms, carefully shaped and hammered, dangle from a chunky chain. Each charm approximately 1 in. Chain: 34 in. l #Kenya #FairTrade www.serrv.org

Two-Leaf Metal Earrings Leaves of hammered brass and aluminum sway gently in these nature-inspired earrings, and coordinate beautifully with gold or silver jewelry. Brass hooks. #kenya #fairtrade www.serrv.org

Double Hoop Brass Earrings Two open hoops are joined by tiny brass rings, lending nice visual detail and movement to these large brass earrings. #Kenya #FairTrade www.serrv.org

Bakuba Cloth Pillow Bakuba cloth is a centuries-old style of embroidered textile from central Africa characterized by abstract geometric designs, and used by tribal leaders as a sign of diplomacy. For these pillows, artisans hand weave raffia, naturally dyed in rich earthtone colors, then applique and reverse applique unique designs on the front. Sold separately. Patterns and colors will vary. Solid black reverse with Velcro closure. Includes pillow. #Kenya #Fairtrade www.serrv.org

Kyondo Bag Artisans in Kenya use vegetable dyes to give this sisal bag vibrant color and pattern, a symbol of the rhythm and beauty of Africa, derived from the style of basket traditionally given as a wedding gift. Zipper set into top; trim and strap made from recycled tanned leather. Interior has black cotton lining and a single zippered pocket. #Kenya #fairTrade www.serrv.org

Desert Sunrise Bag Artisans in Kenya use proceeds from this sisal bag to support community programs including education, health care, and providing clean drinking water. Brightly dyed handwoven sisal is finished with leather trim and handles, a lined interior, and cowry shell details. Colors may vary. Zip-top closure. #Kenya #FairTrade www.serrv.org

Ocean Trade Beads Necklace Used between the 16th and 20th centuries as a form of currency in Africa, trade beads are used today for decorative purposes, as in this vibrant necklace, crafted from a beautiful mix of hand-painted ceramic, glass, and synthetic turquoise beads. Toggle clasp. #Kenya #FairTrade www.serrv.org

Ocean Trade Beads Necklace Used between the 16th and 20th centuries as a form of currency in Africa, trade beads are used today for decorative purposes, as in this vibrant necklace, crafted from a beautiful mix of hand-painted ceramic, glass, and synthetic turquoise beads. Toggle clasp. #Kenya #FairTrade www.serrv.org