Canaan Necklace by HandUp Global Goods from Haiti

$25.00
  • Canaan Necklace by HandUp Global Goods from Haiti

Canaan Necklace by HandUp Global Goods from Haiti

$25.00

This beautiful cement necklace... wait... what? Yes, you read right. The beautiful pendant is made out of cement. When I was in Haiti, I fell in love with the cement pieces that HandUp was hand making. This pendant is awesome because it is cylinder shaped! They 1st make the cement pendant, then they dip it in gold paint, let it dry, then dip it in black. The result is a beautiful classic piece that would look great in a layered look. Let's not forget what HandUp is known for, their macrame. The macrame is used as a slide closure to adjust the length for a perfect fit! It would look great paired with the Simply Charming Necklace!

Dimensions: 36 inches

HandUp Global is a social enterprise that seeks to eliminate a life of handouts for teens transitioning out of orphanages in Haiti. These young men typically have no opportunities afforded to them and live a life on the streets. This is not only a way to learn a trade and earn and income, but to support one another as they learn to become Godly men.

Empowering people. Changing lives.

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This beautiful cement necklace... wait... what? Yes, you read right. The beautiful pendant is made out of cement. When I was in Haiti, I fell in love with the cement pieces that HandUp was hand making. This pendant is awesome because it is cylinder shaped! They 1st make the cement pendant, then they dip it in gold paint, let it dry, then dip it in black. The result is a beautiful classic piece that would look great in a layered look. Let's not forget what HandUp is known for, their macrame. The macrame is used as a slide closure to adjust the length for a perfect fit! It would look great paired with the Simply Charming Necklace!

Dimensions: 36 inches

HandUp Global is a social enterprise that seeks to eliminate a life of handouts for teens transitioning out of orphanages in Haiti. These young men typically have no opportunities afforded to them and live a life on the streets. This is not only a way to learn a trade and earn and income, but to support one another as they learn to become Godly men.

Empowering people. Changing lives.