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Muli Brass Necklace - Slate

Regular price £38.00 GBP
Regular price Sale price £38.00 GBP

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  • We have partnered with social enterprise YEWO, to bring you beautiful, responsibly made jewellery from northern Malawi.

    'Muli' is a 'type of mushroom' in Tumbuka, the language of Northern Malawi. 

    Handcrafted from brass and satin 14k gold-plated chain, the Luwa necklace is minimalistic and classy, and comes in a satin finish. 

    Make it an exquisite set with the matching earrings

    Each unique piece is made by hand solar-powered workshop in Malawi. No two pieces are identical— slight variations should be embraced.

    Materials: 16” Satin 14k Gold-Plated Chain, satin brass

    Every order comes with a jewelry care card, hand sewn linen bag. 

    Care:  Brass is a metal alloy comprised of copper and zinc. Known for its durability, brass has been used for centuries in Africa and is a sustainable alternative to gold. Today almost 90% of all brass in the world is recycled.

    It is the nature of brass to evolve and tarnish over time. Some love this antiqued, darker look, while others prefer to keep their jewelry bright and shiny. Humidity, products on your skin, and your bodies natural chemistry are some of the things that speed up this process.

    To avoid oxidation, remove jewelry before showering, working out, or using sprays of any kind. When not wearing your jewelry we recommend storing in a sealed bag in a dry area away from sunlight and heat.

    The slate stone is a softer stone, so caution to not drop or hit it against hard surfaces is advised.

    Impact: The YEWO workshop is based in a mountainous rural village in Malawi where roughly 95% of the community are either unemployed (depending solely on subsistence farming— growing enough food annually for their family) or working in the informal economic sector (i.e. selling goods in the marketplace or one-off jobs— usually paid well below minimum wage). Almost all of the team had previously never held a job in the formal economic sector, had access to reliable income, or knew a single thing about making jewelry before starting work at YEWO.

    Employees benefit from living wages, nutritious meals, paid leave, as well as training and healthcare support.

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