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One of our favorite necklaces is the Esther necklace. Simple, chic and a wonderfully meaningful gift for someone special. http://bit.ly/1crHurY

One of our favorite necklaces is the Esther necklace. Simple, chic and a wonderfully meaningful gift for someone special. http://bit.ly/1crHurY

The Kassim Necklace

*Top necklace is the Elizabeth necklace, thin two stranded necklace is Kassim!

The Kassim necklace is a go-to necklace for any outfit and not only layers well with all of our large beaded jewelry but with sweaters, cardigans and business attire. Warm tones, long length. Approximately 50-60 inches in length. 

AND THIS NECKLACE IS FUN TO LAYER! 

For lovers of antique stores, vintage styles or even if you love the store Anthropolgie, the Moreen necklace is for you! http://bit.ly/14UrC9a

For lovers of antique stores, vintage styles or even if you love the store Anthropolgie, the Moreen necklace is for you! http://bit.ly/14UrC9a

A powerful emblem of faith sways from the colorful string of beads, interspersed throughout with contrasting “touchstones” and tiny, delicate seed beads in a complementary hue.
Each piece of jewelry is handmade, start to finish, by Ugandan women. Because of the unique nature of the creation process, no two pieces will ever be exactly alike. Isn’t that amazing? Though the pieces may share similarities in color and design, each has its own story and characteristics that make it 100% unique… just like the extraordinary woman who crafted it.

A powerful emblem of faith sways from the colorful string of beads, interspersed throughout with contrasting “touchstones” and tiny, delicate seed beads in a complementary hue.

Each piece of jewelry is handmade, start to finish, by Ugandan women. Because of the unique nature of the creation process, no two pieces will ever be exactly alike. Isn’t that amazing? Though the pieces may share similarities in color and design, each has its own story and characteristics that make it 100% unique… just like the extraordinary woman who crafted it.

Plato’s Closet Ft Collins had an awesome visitor yesterday, Hidaya Kezaala! She is the wife of the mayor of Jinja, Uganda, which is the city next to the village where our Bigger Than Beads jewelry comes from. They traveled to the US for a world leaders conference and made a stop in CO. We were so proud to show them what we, and our customers are doing to help their people!

Plato’s Closet Ft Collins had an awesome visitor yesterday, Hidaya Kezaala! She is the wife of the mayor of Jinja, Uganda, which is the city next to the village where our Bigger Than Beads jewelry comes from. They traveled to the US for a world leaders conference and made a stop in CO. We were so proud to show them what we, and our customers are doing to help their people!

This incredible purse is made out of recycled paper! The proceeds go to the women who handcrafted this beautiful purse and their children in hopes of having a better way to survive. Purchase the Nadia purse here http://biggerthanbeads.storenvy.com/products/1105880-nadia-purse

This incredible purse is made out of recycled paper! The proceeds go to the women who handcrafted this beautiful purse and their children in hopes of having a better way to survive. Purchase the Nadia purse here http://biggerthanbeads.storenvy.com/products/1105880-nadia-purse


Help provide sustainable income for Ugandan women by buying their beautiful handmade jewelry. Though impoverished, there are women in Uganda who are finding creative ways to provide for themselves and their families through their art of jewelry. 100% of proceeds benefit the village of Masese, Uganda and the H.E.L.P. School. Beads made from 100% recycled paper.

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