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Modern hoops are available in large and medium. Smooth brass plated with 14K gold has a classic style. Large hoops are 2 inches in diameter and medium hoops are 1.25 inches in diameter. Handmade in Kibera, Kenya.
Woman wearing the Modern Hoop earrings in large. These hoops are smooth brass plated with 14 K gold. 2 inches in diameter, Handmade in Kibera, Kenya. Statement earrings to add shimmer from Africa to your day.
Woman wearing the Modern Hoop earrings in large. These hoops are smooth brass plated with 14 K gold. 2 inches in diameter, Handmade in Kibera, Kenya.
Modern hoops medium are smooth brass plated with 14K gold with a classic style. Medium hoops are 1.25 inches in diameter. Handmade in Kibera, Kenya.
Modern hoops medium are smooth brass plated with 14K gold with a classic style. Medium hoops are 1.25 inches in diameter. Handmade in Kibera, Kenya
A young woman wearing the modern hoops medium. They are smooth brass plated with 14K gold with a classic style. Medium hoops are 1.25 inches in diameter. Handmade in Kibera, Kenya She is also wearing the Shine necklace and the Floating Circle necklace.

Modern Hoops

$24.00

Our Modern Hoops, available in 2 sizes, are the perfect Karama Collection staple. The smooth brass plated with 14K gold brings dimension and a bold twist to the classic silhouette. Handmade in Kenya.

  • Medium Hoops 1.25" D
  • Large Hoops 2" D
  • Handmade brass plated with 14k gold
  • Clean gently with a soft cloth.

Each piece of jewelry is designed and handcrafted from brass, glass, and horn by artisans living in Kibera, the largest urban slum in Africa. These works of art are created in tiny mud and tin houses bringing dignity and purposeful work to families in Nairobi, Kenya.

Specs + Care

  • Medium Hoops 1.25" D
  • Large Hoops 2" D
  • Handmade brass plated with 14k gold
  • Clean gently with a soft cloth.

Story

Each piece of jewelry is designed and handcrafted from brass, glass, and horn by artisans living in Kibera, the largest urban slum in Africa. These works of art are created in tiny mud and tin houses bringing dignity and purposeful work to families in Nairobi, Kenya.

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