The Kitana Necklace in Daybreak from Zambia

by: Dsenyo

Category: Necklaces

From the Banks of the Rushing Luangwa

A beautiful necklace is the sum of many unique parts. The Kitana necklace is made from locally-sourced abalone and freshwater pearls. Its driftwood beads come from the banks of the South Luangwa, where heavy African rains twist and turn the landscape, bringing trees down from the banks. The crushing power of the water creates the beautiful forms of our driftwood pieces. Enjoy a piece of art from the ingenuity and creativity of the African bush. Pick up your Kitana necklace today.   

About the Artists

Mulberry Mongoose: Zambia       

Mulberry Mongoose is an artisan initiative in the South Luangwa Valley. Located in a rural area, these artisans design and craft jewelry inspired by the African bush. They use locally and ethically sourced materials such as tagua, semi-precious stones, wooden debris and collected snare wires. Mulberry Mongoose is committed to giving back to the community and supporting conservation efforts. For every piece of snare wire jewelry sold, a $5 donation is made to nonprofits focused on wildlife conservation and anti-poaching efforts.

Product Details

Dimensions and Qualities
  • Hand carved, natural driftwood beads
  • Freshwater pearl
  • Abalone shell
  • Organic materials from the African Bush
Origins and Guarantee
  • Made in Zambia
  • Created by artisans in the Mulberry Mongoose Group
  • Ships from the U.S. via Dsenyo, LLC
  • 100% money back guarantee, for up to 90 days

Fair Trade Product Features

Supports female entrepreneurship.

Helps people living in poverty situations provide incomes for themselves and others.

Creates jobs for people from extreme poverty situations.

Part of the Jesus' Economy shopping model, benefiting developing world communities.


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