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Akola "Classic Prayer" Paper Bead Goldtone Station Stretch Bracelet

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Akola "Classic Prayer" Paper Bead Goldtone Station Stretch Bracelet
Pop of color? Check! Boho-inspired flair? Check! Life- and wardrobe-empowering design? Got it. Flavor your fashions with jewelry that has all your favorite ingredients. This Ugandan-made bracelet delivers with a vibrant, free-spirited feeling that does just that. Talk about satisfying style.

Design Information

  • Stretch bracelet made with colored, rondelle-shaped paper beads
  • Goldtone angular freeform station

 

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Measurements: Approx. 6"L x 3/8"W; fits 5-1/2" to 6-1/2" wrist
Metal Color: Goldtone
Finish: Lacquered, polished
Country of Origin: Uganda
Packaging: Boxed

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Akola "Classic Prayer" Paper Bead Goldtone Station Stretch Bracelet

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  • Beautiful

    I love this bracelet, and to think it was made by hand is so wonderful. The woman work so hard to make a difference they are wonderful.

    sadielady12, PA
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  • Beautiful

    Beautiful workmanship and love the history behind itOnly reason I gave it a 4 its too tight is you have. 71/2 inch wrist on the fence about sending them back had ordered 3

    borntoshop1, NV
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AKOLA

A desire to empower women galvanizes Akola founder Brittany Merrill Underwood. It's a calling that's led the socialpreneur to Uganda and Dallas where Akola, which means "she works" in a Ugandan dialect, fulfills that mission. In both places, women create distinctive jewelry featuring surprising materials like recycled glass and handrolled paper beads. In doing so, they become agents of change in their families and communities. Be part of the movement. Redesign your wardrobe with jewelry that has the power to redesign lives.
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