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Akola "Lush" Recycled Glass and Karatasi Paper Bead Stretch Bracelet

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Akola "Lush" Recycled Glass and Karatasi Paper Bead Stretch Bracelet
Lavish your looks with pieces that make a difference. An exercise in mindful design, this comfy wrist piece  features recycled glass. You'll also spy paper beads, each fashioned by  Ugandan women artisans striving to empower their communities. A fascinatingly feel-good find for so many outfits and your trove of wondrous jewelry.

Design Information

  • Stretch bracelet
  • Design has white paper beads that are barrel-shaped with rondelle shape on each end
  • Elongated, smooth green recycled glass beads, each with gold-color Karatasi paper bead rondelle on ends


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Measurements: Approx. 6-1/4"L x 7/16"W; fits 5-3/4" to 6-1/2" wrist
Metal Color: Goldtone
Finish: Lacquered, painted, polished, textured
Country of Origin: Uganda
Packaging: Boxed

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Akola "Lush" Recycled Glass and Karatasi Paper Bead Stretch Bracelet
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  • Very pretty!

    I almost didn't buy this because per the description it wouldn't fit my wrist which is 7.25. But it is stretch so thought I would try it and it fit just fine. It is very well made and looks nice on my wrist. Bought the matching necklace also.

    PJrich, CA
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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.