• Sabratha Necklace

  • $324

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A Peace Treaty’s socially charged accessories have appeared on HBO's “Girls,” graced the pages of Forbes, and even earned the company an invitation to the White House. Handcrafted by artisans in areas of social unrest, these baubles benefit the greater good. Dotted with amazonite triangles, the Sabratha Necklace is a twisted multi-chain piece with a multilayered mission: providing individual income to the artisan, stimulating the local economy, and keeping alive the craftsmanship unique to the region. All that in a beautiful bauble? That’s progress.

  • Chain: L 18"
  • Pendant: L 0.4"
  • Lobster clasp
  • Handmade
Polish with a soft cloth.
A Peace Treaty
Gold-Plated Brass, Amazonite
Gold, Aqua
1 lbs
In 2008, goldsmith Farah Malik—a Pakistani Muslim, and designer Dana Arbib—a Libyan Jew, united their humanitarian backgrounds and love of fashion in an entrepreneurial promise: A Peace Treaty. Employing artisans in areas of socio-political strife, the accessories brand forges new pathways for peace while preserving old crafts like embroidery, bone carving, and more.
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