You roll with the punches, so it's only right that you rock a necklace that's just as versatile. Drape it around your neck for a masterclass in layering or let it sway against your upper body in a single loop as you move throughout your day.
You've got this, so why not stand out while you do what you do best?
The horn of Africa's has the world's largest population of Camels, especially in Somalia and Somaliland where about a quarter of the entire camel population in the world today are thought to reside.
Camels are held in the highest esteem in Somalia, so much so that the Somalis have 46 different words for the camel.
Extremely versatile, camels are used for transport, meat, milk, wool and leather.
Their bones can be used as decorative handles for cutlery and other items as well as to make beads for jewelry where they are believed to strengthen the body.
Our bone and wood beads are made by women cooperatives in East Africa, providing a fair trade source of income to local communities and creating uniquely beautiful beads from recycled materials.
Chunky recycled bone and wood bead necklace strung on antique gold satin cord