These statement earrings are perfect for a little pop of color, featuring iridescent, canary yellow beads above a hand-hammered brass drop. Each earring is carefully hammered, tumbled, and shined to perfection. We love these earrings paired with our Hammered Ava or Prima Necklaces and our stone bracelets in yellow.
Ethically made with love in our India Sanctuary, these ethically handmade earrings support young women escaping human trafficking in India, Uganda, Mexico, and the Philippines. Each artisan receives fair wages, education, health care, and community through our non-profit, International Sanctuary.
3/4" width, 2" long
Available in brass with canary yellow beads
Sustainably handcrafted by artisans escaping human trafficking
100% of proceeds go to our non-profit, International Sanctuary, to provide each artisan with fair wages, education & holistic care
All deliveries are carbon neutral
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WHAT WE DO
Every item you purchase from Purpose is handmade by women and girls escaping human trafficking. Through your purchase, You help them gain economic freedom, access to education, quality healthcare, and a place to belong.
“I’m laughing because look at us…we’re making jewelry… I never believed this would happen!”– Seema*, India
There is nothing more powerful than the laughter and smile from a rescued girl. It’s a long journey before it emerges, but when it does, expect dignity and transformation to follow. JOIN US as we continue to make a significant impact in the lives of the girls and women we serve.
There are millions more victims like Seema waiting for freedom across our Sanctuary Cities: Mumbai, Cebu, Kampala, and Tijauna. For 15 years, International Sanctuary has been there, ready to provide sustainable income, hope, and dignity to victims of human trafficking.