• Common Thread Necklace

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The beading in this Common Thread necklace is a very special design: its sequence of recycled-paper beads and long plastic ones pays homage to the artisans’ cooperative motto: threading the Haitian community back together. This necklace was designed as nostalgic tribute to all of Haiti’s lost resources—and a celebration of the people of Haiti’s efforts, one community at a time, to regain what they have lost.

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Includes 1 necklace. Bead colors will vary according to the paper available at the time the beads are made. This jewelry was hand-made by artisans living in Haiti’s Petion-Ville Club (PVC) Camp—a refugee camp for earthquake survivors. It is sold in PVC Camp, in several galleries in Petion-Ville, in mission houses in Port-au-Prince, and in the United States.

Hands Together Cooperative
Recycled Paper And Long Plastic Beads
H 19”
0 lbs

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