Upcycled Paper Pulp Fair-Trade Earrings (Sample Pieces)
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Handmade from waste newspaper pulp, layered magazine paper, crushed recycled glass and brass off cuts. These designs are all one of a kind, inspired by crystals and stores.
Pulp Triangle Earrings
- Size of pendant: Approximately 4 cm
Sweat, water (showering, swimming and handwashing), perfumes/lotions, and cleaning products can cause deterioration or discoloration. Avoid wearing our jewelry anywhere it may get wet, or be exposed to extreme heat or humidity. Also keep in mind that perfumes or lotions can affect the finish of our jewelry.
Store your jewelry somewhere safe and dry, away from direct sunlight – try keeping it in a plastic or cloth bag. Even better? Separating each piece into its own bag to ensure they don’t brush or scratch against each other.
It's always a good idea to clean your jewelry of oils and dirt it has collected throughout the day. A soft cloth or cotton ball will gently rub off oils, dust, and dirt.
As every piece is thoughtfully handcrafted, minor details and blemishes may exist. Each piece is unique and will differ slightly.
Pictures are for reference only - due to the nature of this product, no two pieces are the same and size/colour may vary. If you would like to select a particular design, please visit our outlets instead.
ABOUT THE BRAND
Quazi design for sustainable change and social impact, creating responsible and thoughtful products by transforming discarded waste magazines into original accessories and interiors. Base in Swaziland, all their products are hand made by local women, empowering them through skill sharing and earning a living wage.
They believe that craftmanship and ethical production could prove to be a vital economic sector for Africa.
They want to change the perception of recycled materials by developing innovative techniques combined with locally sourced environmentally friendly and waste materials.
A founding member of SWIFT, Swaziland Fair Trade, they are an active advocate for fair trade principles.