Fair Trade Jewelry: 5 Sets of Earrings You'll Fall in Love With

Our Fair Trade Shop is full of several handmade products that we love, and one item we have a lot of are beautiful sets of earrings. We've picked five pairs that you'll be sure to fall in love with and want to purchase whether it's for you, your mom, best friend, or sister. 

Earrings from Rwanda: Colorful Woven Loop 

These trendy disc earrings are made by a group of female weavers from Rwanda. They are made with all-natural sisal fibers, using an age old basket weaving technique to create lightweight discs that feel elegant to wear. Completing the look, the hoops are fastened onto hypoallergenic earring hooks.

Earrings from Haiti: Leather Feather

These handmade, fair trade earrings are modern and chic. Made by a co-op of Haitian women from Jubilee, Haiti, each earring represents a great cause. These ladies have dreams of running their own businesses, sending their kids to school, and supporting their families.

Earrings from Haiti: Hammered Loop 

Loop earrings are a great asset to any woman’s jewelry collection. Add this pair for a unique and modern touch. Hand-hammered in Haiti, these earrings are a fashionable accessory that will complete your look and empower artisans through fair trade.

Earrings from Brazil: Golden Grass Ropa

Golden grass is a protected resource, and its raw grasses cannot be exported. Only the finished grass products of the indigenous peoples of Brazil can be brought into your home--making these items unique and valuable. It is durable, flexible and lightweight, making it perfect for jewelry.

Earrings from Haiti: Trendy Tassel

Not just for ceremony, you can wear these tassel earrings any day you like! And you'll have reason to celebrate when you realize that you've helped women in extreme poverty situations earn a living.

Whatever your style or preference, we know you will be able to find a set of earrings you'll want to wear time and time again. Shop fair trade jewelry to empower women all over the globe. 




Kayli Thompson
Kayli Thompson

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Contributing Editor for Jesus' Economy



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