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Gold Plated Bangle

These bangles are handmade from brass wire and planished using a specialist hammer to give it texture. Gold plated in the UK.

This ethical jewellery was handmade by the women in the Flowering Desert Project in Tamil Nadu, India. The training and fairly paid employment opportunities at Flowering Desert offer a way for the women to increase their skills and future work possibilities, often bringing them a status in their society for the first time.

Size: Approx inside diameter 6cm

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