We don’t have sales on JesusEconomy.org very often because our prices represent the true value of the products and ensure fair pay for the artisans. But because of the need to move inventory quickly, we are able to offer you great deals on amazing handmade and fairly traded products. Hurry before they’re gone!
Dsenyo, a partner of Jesus’ Economy, is an organization that works alongside artisans in Africa and Latin America. Dsenyo is committed to teaching local artisans self-sustainable trades and using environmentally friendly materials that can be repurposed and recycled.
Among the many beautifully crafted products on sale are some delicate and trendy jewelry items like necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. All of these products will no longer be available after July 5th, so hurry before the sale ends!
Here are just a few of our favorite pieces now on sale!
The earrings by Dsenyo are created by artisans in Brazil and Zambia. These, created by the Mulberry Mongoose cooperative in Zambia, are handmade from organic materials from the African Bush, abalone shell, freshwater pearl, and natural driftwood. Mulberry Mongoose is committed to using locally and ethically sourced materials, including collected snare wires as part of their anti-poaching movement. Buy these fashionable earrings and start a conversation about making the world a better place.
These earrings usually cost $35.00, but today you can get them for $25.99!
This necklace is also handcrafted by the Mulberry Mongoose cooperative in Zambia. It is made with a leather cord, glass and wood beads, and sustainably sourced guinea fowl feathers. This necklace is beautiful, ethically and environmentally friendly, and makes a statement about how we care for the earth and the people in it. You can add a little flare to your wardrobe and support artisans in Zambia with the same purchase!
This necklace usually costs $38.00, but today you can get it for $27.99!
This Mulberry Mongoose bracelet is another beautiful and fierce design that is both modern and earthy. This bold bracelet uses natural elements that stand out and complete your outfit. Even better, buying this bracelet supports and empowers artisans in Zambia.
This bracelet usually costs $48.00, but today you can get it for $35.99!
Shopping fair trade empowers people in impoverished and developing countries around the world, uplifts the environment, and builds toward a hopeful future. Be a part of this change and shop fair trade today.