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So cute. Has matching earrings if you are interested. My mother in law loves it. Great worldcraft....
This unique bicycle pin is ideal for anyone who loves biking. The jewelry is made with recycled copper and steel wires, so it helps the environment while looking great. The two-inch piece is sure to attract attention when you wear it.
ITEM#: 11910005Product Features:
- Show your love of biking with a unique pin
- Jewelry is made from recycled copper and steel wire
- Bicycle jewelry is handcrafted in Kisumu, Kenya
- Represents the most common mode of transportation in Western Kenya
- Called 'boda boda' by locals, bicycles are used as public transportation (you ride on a padded rack on the back) and are named for the bikes used to transport people across the border between Uganda and Kenya
- Measures 2 inches long
- Color: Steel and Copper
The sign for the Teenage Mothers Association of Kenya indicates that it is 'the last house towards the Obunga slums' the most destitute area of Kisumu. TEMAK is an organization that offers job training in tailoring, hairdressing, secretarial skills, craft making, and recently computers to unwed mothers, girls, and others in the Obunga slum community. As a community center, the organization also provides the community with an educational forum for HIV/AIDS awareness and other health issues.
The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.
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So cute. Has matching earrings if you are interested. My mother in law loves it. Great worldcraft.Read More
This is a cute accessory for a business suit for work, or on a tshirt for holidays. This is a gify=t, but I will be getting another for myself!!Read More
This is a very nice product for a cycling enthusiast! I like the fact that materials are being recycled!Read More
...Haven't seen it, but she likes it. (She's a cyclist).Read More
This is a sweet item, really cute. However not suitable to give as a gift. It's too cheap looking.Read More
I bought one of these pins a long time ago and I just had to let everyone know how well-made and unique it is. Great with a casual blouse or shirt; I've worn it on a scarf and pinned it to my fabric purse as well. No one who sees it has been able to resist asking about it.Read More
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I wanted to cheer a biking friend
July Birthstone Information
July's birthstones bring rich reds and oranges to the birthstone jewelry world. Rubies and carnelians are the traditional July birthstone options, and both lovely gems make bold statements in birthstone jewelry selections such as rings, necklaces, earrings and pins. The ruby ranges in hue from pink to deep red and is symbolic of passion, love and strong emotion. The carnelian is typically bright rust orange, but it can also be red or light orange and is believed to give the wearer serene feelings. Both rubies and carnelians are stunning when set into July birthstone jewelry pieces.
Tsavorite Jewelry Fact Sheet
The rare, stunning green tsavorite gem is also known as a green grossular garnet. With a high refractive index, the garnet's sparkling brilliance is coveted for jewelry pieces such as rings, earrings, necklaces and brooches. Tsavorite gems are not typically enhanced with heat or oils, making them a desirable choice for gemstone lovers. Tsavorite jewelry is durable, with a 7.5 on the Mohs scale. Its resistance to cracking makes it a popular choice for fine jewelry. Tsavorite jewelry slections from rings to necklaces are beautiful and enchanting.
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