Wiline Horn and Larimar Earrings by Deux Mains from Haiti

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  • Wiline Horn and Larimar Earrings by Deux Mains from Haiti

Wiline Horn and Larimar Earrings by Deux Mains from Haiti

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The Wiline Earrings are named after a Deux Mains craftswoman, Wiline. Delicate and poised, these earrings incorporate the stunning combination of bright blue Larimar from Haiti’s neighboring Dominican Republic, and horn sourced from a Port Au Prince workshop. Light weight for frequent all-day wear, pair with the Wilda or Christelle Necklaces from Deux Mains for a complete look that will be a Spring favorite!

Dimensions: 3" length

Deux Mains is French for "two hands" and was inspired by craftsmen using their own two hands to sculpt the sidewalls of tires into soles with a pride that comes from not only making something valuable for others, but also making a meaningful life for themselves. This artisan group hand crafts leather sandals from recycled car tires and local leathers as well as making some amazing bags and accessories. These artisans are part of a community in Haiti that is growing sustainability and empowerment. 

Empowering people. Changing lives.

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The Wiline Earrings are named after a Deux Mains craftswoman, Wiline. Delicate and poised, these earrings incorporate the stunning combination of bright blue Larimar from Haiti’s neighboring Dominican Republic, and horn sourced from a Port Au Prince workshop. Light weight for frequent all-day wear, pair with the Wilda or Christelle Necklaces from Deux Mains for a complete look that will be a Spring favorite!

Dimensions: 3" length

Deux Mains is French for "two hands" and was inspired by craftsmen using their own two hands to sculpt the sidewalls of tires into soles with a pride that comes from not only making something valuable for others, but also making a meaningful life for themselves. This artisan group hand crafts leather sandals from recycled car tires and local leathers as well as making some amazing bags and accessories. These artisans are part of a community in Haiti that is growing sustainability and empowerment. 

Empowering people. Changing lives.