How much do you love these earrings? Simply count the ways! Rolled paper beads made from magazine pages dipped in gold paint and strung in a handmade brass abacus shape create a statement.
Each pair is handmade at Quazi Design, an organization started in 2009 to create much needed employment for women in Swaziland, Africa. In addition Quazi, aims to change the perception of recycled materials by developing innovative techniques combined with locally-sourced, environmentally-friendly, or recycled materials.
- Brass & recycled paper
- French hook
- 1.75" H x 0.75" W (4.4 x 2 cm)
- Handmade in & fairly traded from Swaziland
Quazi Design was started in 2009 in order to create much needed employment in Swaziland, Southern Africa. They started with the concept of a simple rolled paper bead earring displayed on a card, employing one artisan, believing in the potential to have a positive impact.
They design for sustainable change and social impact, creating responsible and thoughtful products by transforming discarded waste magazines into original accessories and interiors. Based in Swaziland, all Quazi products are hand made by local women, empowering them through skill sharing and a living wage. They believe that craftsmanship and ethical production can be a vital economic sector for Africa.