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Mindanao Pearl & Wood Bangle - Sun


Product Details

This stunning dark gemelina wood bracelet features hand-carved decorative shapes inlaid with real  saltwater pearls from the sparkling waters of the Philippine islands. This organic, artisanal design repeats all the way around the bracelet as the rich color of the wood is complemented by the iridescence of the precious inlaid pearls. This style utilizes  traditional woodworking techniques and features a symbolic eight-rayed Filipino sun at its center, adding a contemporary spin to the beautiful natural materials and textures gifted from nature.

Awarded B est New Sustainable product finalist at NYNOW Tradeshow February 2020.

FREE GIFT with every purchase:  Each bracelet comes with a mini “Bulul” or “Rice God”. These mini deities are traditional Filiipino hand-carved wooden figures believed by the Ifugao tribe of northern Luzon (largest island of the Philippines) to serve as a protector that provides abundance, enrichment, and guards against negativity.

These limited edition bracelets were lovingly made by hand by the Culturaid artisan group, on the tropical dream island of Mindanao in the Southern Philippines.

Wear or gift a bracelet as a reminder to love and that you are loved.

  • Handmade with love by Artisans in Mindanao, Philippines
  • This bracelet features a symbolic sun pattern
  • Real pearls  and hand-carved wood
  • One size 2.76" diameter opening 6.5cm
  • Handmade and 100% unique
  • Limited quantity available
  • Every purchase helps to create & maintain sustainable livelihoods, positive work environments, and job equality for female Artisans worldwide

Impact

This handmade collection celebrates the saltwater pearl in all its serene beauty while combining traditional craftsmanship from local artisans to form a heartfelt homage to the sparkling waters of the Sulu Sea.

When you purchase from this collection of limited edition bracelets, you’re improving the lives of our artisans and their families through fair and equitable wages, training and education, access to food, and community health programs.

  • Jobs have been provided for 9 artisans

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