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Stella Chain Lariat Necklace

$42.00

Returns: Returns Policy Free returns within 14 days of purchase.

We want you to love your purchase as much as we do. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied, please let us know and we will gladly replace or refund your purchase. Please note:

  • Returns and exchanges are available for full-price items only. All Sale, Clearance and Markdown items are FINAL SALE. Sale items cannot be returned or exchanged.
  • Items must be returned within 14 days of receipt of your purchase.
  • Items must be unwashed and not altered in any way in order to be accepted for exchange or credit.
  • Due to the handmade nature of our products, there will be slight variations and imperfections in some items. We believe this is one of the beautiful things about owning a handmade item. We are very proud of our artisan’s work and their dedication to their craft.
  • You are responsible for the cost of the return shipping on any exchange; however, we will ship your replacement at no additional change.
For a full explanation of the return policy, see the Customer Service page.

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Product Description

This simple lariat necklace is made of upcycled brass by our partnered artisans living in the Kibera slum of Nairobi, Kenya. Pair this brass piece with any of our pieces to create an elegant and sophisticated look during any season. This piece is empowering women with an opportunity to improve their livelihood through employment. 

  • Care and Maintenance: As product naturally wears over time, we recommend Brasso Metal Polish.
  • Color/Material: Recycled brass

The Story Behind This Product

Category:
Brand: Kenya Collection | Categories: Jewelry | Materials: Recycled Brass | Colors: Golden, Brass
How was it made?:
The Kenya brass collection is handcrafted with recycled brass by artisans living in the Kibera slum of Nairobi
How does it benefit at-risk women?:
Empowering women with an opportunity to improve their livelihoods though employment

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