Macrame Adjustable Choker Necklace by HandUp Global Goods from Haiti

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  • Macrame Adjustable Choker Necklace by HandUp Global Goods from Haiti

Macrame Adjustable Choker Necklace by HandUp Global Goods from Haiti

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We had sneak peeks of the Spring Collections from HandUp Global while we were in Haiti and the wait is over!!

The Macrame Adjustable Choker Necklace features green macrame and the piece we have been waiting for since our trip in January...This necklace features a unique, hand mixed, cement medallion that has been distressed to allow brass to show through. We were in the workshop they day they were perfecting this technique and we gotta say...we LOVE it!! This goes beautifully with the rest of the Mezzaluna Collection but is a lovely stand alone necklace to work into your warm weather wardrobe.

Dimensions: adjustable

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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We had sneak peeks of the Spring Collections from HandUp Global while we were in Haiti and the wait is over!!

The Macrame Adjustable Choker Necklace features green macrame and the piece we have been waiting for since our trip in January...This necklace features a unique, hand mixed, cement medallion that has been distressed to allow brass to show through. We were in the workshop they day they were perfecting this technique and we gotta say...we LOVE it!! This goes beautifully with the rest of the Mezzaluna Collection but is a lovely stand alone necklace to work into your warm weather wardrobe.

Dimensions: adjustable

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.