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Full Circle Pearlized Brass Earrings

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Details

  • dimensions:  2" x 1.5"
  • materials:  brass and epoxy
  • artisan handmade by women in Tijuana, Mexico
  • stylish in classic colors, with design flair to compliment classic outfits
  • as always with handmade items, please handle with care
  • to avoid tarnish, keep away from water & when not in use, store in jewelry box

Meet the Artisans

Our Wildflower Artisan Studio is located in the center of downtown Tijuana, Mexico and is in a shared space with the non profit Open Road Global. Together we provide opportunities for vulnerable women to be able to have free access to community workspace, electricity and internet, artisan classes, business classes, networking opportunities, and be empowered to become their own small business owners.   Read more about your impact and our Open Road Global partner artisans.

All Do Good Shop items are made by and profits directly benefit our Partner Artisans, creating a sustainable hand up for individuals, families, and whole communities.

View the main product description for a link directly to the artisan group that made this particular product, or explore the positive impact your purchases have on all of our artisans.

Your purchase of this quality, one-of-a-kind gift empowers survivors of oppression through ethical, living wage artisan employment. 

With every order you fight against . . . 

  • sex trafficking
  • modern day slavery
  • poverty
  • homelessness
  • exploitation

Learn more about the purpose, mission, and vision of this social justice, 501c3 nonprofit marketplace here:  Do Good Shop.

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Your purchase through the Do Good Shop, empowers artisan survivors by helping support them with a living wage through meaningful employment.