NEW - Gold Dipped Brass earrings on Sterling Silver wires, 1" featuring a triangle suspended from two rope chains. Designed by Sonali. The triangle is known by mathematicians and builders as the strongest shape - any weight placed on them is evenly distributed between all three sides.
The women who design and fabricate our jewelry have had to be incredibly strong, in order to overcome the intense burdens placed on them, growing up in communities and families where girls were not valued. They have forged their own way and we are proud of - and inspired by - them every day. Sonali works in our jewelry studio by day and is getting a college degree in Sociology by night!
NEW - Sterling Silver necklace inspired by the well-known toggle switch used all over the world to turn electronic devices on and off. Originally, toggle switches were marked with... View full product details
Eye-catching drop earrings are part of a collection designed by the women of our jewelry program in partnership with a researcher at Woods Hole Oceanographic... View full product details
NEW - Exuberant and Sterling Silver earrings with silk tassels, 2", designed by Kajol. The bowl shape of these earrings is significant because in Indian culture, an... View full product details
Sterling silver and brass circles are inseparably linked together and strung on 17" sterling silver chain with handmade s-clasp. Designer Dipa created this piece to... View full product details