Sterling silver curved bar necklace, 1.2" wide on 17" silver chain, designed by Sumaiya Khatun to represent images of optimism and happiness - a glass half full, a rainbow and a smile.
100% of the profits from our jewelry goes back to programs fighting slavery, and to the artisans who create our jewelry. We take no markup in the US - our programs to help women and children become free and independent are also supported by charitable donations. Your purchase of this unique jewelry helps us educate, train and employ women coming out of trafficking and other severe abuse.
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