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
13 ½” drop
Currently available in Seafoam green
Add a pop of color to your outfit with this ethically handcrafted necklace made from recycled glass. Sourced and handcrafted in Uganda, the Jasmine Necklace will brighten up your day as it makes a great conversation piece.
This item is part of the “Hope Line” which consists of introductory pieces made by our new artisans, and it tells a powerful story of fresh beginnings.
All our jewelry is handcrafted by girls and women escaping human trafficking. Slight irregularities and variations in craftsmanship or natural characteristics of the materials are unique and individual to each artisan jewelry item. These characteristics are considered a part of the beauty and charm of the handmade jewelry item and should not be considered a defect.
However, we want you to love your purchase! We stand behind our products and warrant that all items will be free from manufacturing defect.* If you are dissatisfied with your choice, please see the Returns & Exchanges page.
*General wear and tear, misuse and tarnishing are not covered under the warranty. Our warranty does not provide for replacements or refunds for lost or stolen items.
Our artisan jewelry is made with love and care. Following these steps will help keep your unique jewelry pieces looking their best year after year.
Use a polishing cloth to clean your jewelry.
Apply perfume, hairspray or deodorant before wearing your jewelry as certain chemicals may damage the finish.
Always remove your jewelry before swimming, bathing, doing household chores or using abrasive cleaners.
If your jewelry requires further cleaning, use mild soap, water and a soft cloth. Rinse with clean water and pat dry.
Make sure your jewelry is completely dry before storing.
To avoid black markings either on your skin or the jewelry, be sure to clean your items regularly.