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18kt Gold Vermeil PSTM Afghanistan Kuchi Bird Bracelet

$200.00

Stone: Gold

 

100% of the profits from this piece will go towards feeding families in Kabul as well as giving artisans much needed work. Each bracelet sold will feed two families for a week. This silver gold plated bracelet is made in Kabul, the Kuchi bird motif representing peace.

 

We have been very lucky to work with Mohammad and Fawad, and all the artisans in Kabul for years now.

 

Over the last few weeks since Kabul went into lockdown, they have been buying up bulk food  basics of rice, cooking oil, flour, sugar, onion and potatoes to distribute to families in desperate need.

 

They have reached 20 families so far but needs are enormous – we would very much like to help them feed more families.

 

This piece is handmade in Afghanistan and is available on backorder. Please allow 2-3 weeks for the piece to be completed.

 

 

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This piece is handmade in Afghanistan and is available on backorder. Please allow 2-3 weeks for the piece to be completed.

 

Dimensions

Length: 19cm / 7.5 inches

Material Composition

18kt Gold & Sterling Silver

 

This piece is handmade in Afghanistan and is available on backorder. Please allow 2-3 weeks for the piece to be completed.

 

Please note, each unique piece is individually hand-crafted and so may vary ever so slightly from the image featured.

 

This piece is also available at our London store.

 

This piece comes in a pink Pippa Small pouch.

 

 

UK:

£5 standard delivery

EU:

£20 standard delivery

Tax & Import duty added at checkout

US:

£30 standard delivery

Tax & Import duty added at checkout

Rest of the World:

£30 standard delivery

Tax & Import duty added at checkout

Please allow 3-6 working days for delivery.

All deliveries operate via Royal Mail and DHL.

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Available on backorder

Javid

Born in Kabul, but exiled during the Taliban government, Javid learnt the craft of goldsmithing in Pakistan as a young man. In 2001, he and his family returned to Kabul. Happy to be home he married, had two children and started a new life.

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