A handcrafted bracelet made of brass, cotton cord and bright orange tassels
Like a harmonious little community, the Cala Bracelet combines unlikely elements that work together. We think the four tassels on either side of the brass make this a happy bracelet, a reminder of the artists’ work.
Maybe these colors have an uplifting psychological effect. Or maybe the bracelet is just radiating the positive energy of the group of women in India who created it. Like a metaphor for their collaborative artisan’s circle, the cotton cord weaves brass beads and bohemian tassels together into something completely new. Striking with a stack of gold or beaded bracelets, or worn on its own, this piece from Bluma Project supports women in isolated areas by offering them the means to support their families with their creations.
Founded by designer Beth Shaeffer, Brooklyn-based Bluma Project features jewelry, textiles and accessories that are handcrafted in developing countries such as Peru, Guatemala, Philippines and India. Shaeffer works with the artisans to encourage an organic and modern feel while staying true to their use of ancient techniques. Blending fashion with culturally inspired aesthetics and globally minded business practices, Bluma Project is dedicated to world travelers everywhere with a sense of wanderlust.
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