Conch Shell Earrings by Haiti's Goodness from Haiti

$12.00
  • Conch Shell Earrings by Haiti's Goodness from Haiti

Conch Shell Earrings by Haiti's Goodness from Haiti

$12.00

These earrings are a unique one of a kind piece that offer a beach feel and are a real work of art.  These are crafted from conch shells that wash up on the beaches of Haiti and have been cut down the middle to show off the spiral design of the shell.  These shells have a nice white and peach tone that are very soft and subtle for a beautiful addition to your look.

Dimensions: 3" length

Franz Pierre is the artisan of these earrings. He is a married father to 4 young children. They lost everything in the earthquake and lived in the “tent city” for a few years. They now have small home in the countryside. Franz Pierre is a plumber by trade but is unable to find a job. He makes jewelry to support his family and through our relationship with missionaries Jim and Deb who run The Hope House in Haiti we are able to sell his work.  We love the heart of Jim and Deb and how they are impacting Haiti, one life at a time. 

Empowering people.  Changing lives. 

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These earrings are a unique one of a kind piece that offer a beach feel and are a real work of art.  These are crafted from conch shells that wash up on the beaches of Haiti and have been cut down the middle to show off the spiral design of the shell.  These shells have a nice white and peach tone that are very soft and subtle for a beautiful addition to your look.

Dimensions: 3" length

Franz Pierre is the artisan of these earrings. He is a married father to 4 young children. They lost everything in the earthquake and lived in the “tent city” for a few years. They now have small home in the countryside. Franz Pierre is a plumber by trade but is unable to find a job. He makes jewelry to support his family and through our relationship with missionaries Jim and Deb who run The Hope House in Haiti we are able to sell his work.  We love the heart of Jim and Deb and how they are impacting Haiti, one life at a time. 

Empowering people.  Changing lives.