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Akola "One Hope" Karatasi Paper Bead Drop Earrings
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Akola "One Hope" Karatasi Paper Bead Drop Earrings

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4.7 out of 3 reviews READ REVIEWS
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Overview & Details

Akola "One Hope" Karatasi Paper Bead Drop Earrings
Together, their efforts make one hope. In a cross-cultural collaboration, Ugandan women handroll the paper bead design that American women then finish in Dallas. It's a beautiful example of the power of partnership, and a simply special find for your wardrobe.   

Design Information

  • Each earring is a colored, rondelle-shaped Karatasi paper bead drop


Good to Know
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Color Choices: Lily, Onyx Color, Seaport (blue), Tropic (green), Ruby Color
Measurements: Approx. 2-1/2"L x 3/8"W
Metal Color: Goldtone
Findings: Pierced with kidney wire backs
Finish: Polished, lacquered
Country of Origin: USA
Packaging: Boxed

Reviews

Akola "One Hope" Karatasi Paper Bead Drop Earrings
3 reviews 4.7 out of 5

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  • Lady in red earrings

    Love to help other women

    DebDear, MA
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  • A Splash of color

    These are beautiful in a sparkling gold wire and a spot of color showing under my long hair. I was pleasantly surprised how well they show up. I would give these as gifts forsure in all colors.

    71Blondie, OR
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  • Cute earrings

    Have been wearing all summer long because of my short hair. Style on point!

    Marge0000, ND
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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.