YALA

Siaya Gold Plated Horn Nugget Hoop Earrings - Black

Regular price £50.00

The Siaya dangle and drop earrings feature a reclaimed cow horn nugget attached to a 14k gold plated hoop. The hand-carved, organically-shaped reclaimed horn nugget and minimalist hoop allow the earrings to dangle gently from your ear. These eye-catching earrings are small and light enough to wear all day - the perfect piece to look like you made an effort, without making any effort! The earrings were made by YALA's brass artisan Victor and his team in their workshop just outside of Nairobi.
1.5cm wide 3cm drop from earlobe

Material: reclaimed cow horn, gold plated brass. Free of lead, nickel and cadmium.

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    About the brand

    YALA

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      United Kingdom

    YALA creates African jewellery under the highest of ethical standards. Working with local artisans and a modern twist on Kenyan designs, they challenge common misconceptions on Africa one piece at a time. As a B-CORP company, all their decisions are made with the entirety of stakeholders in mind.

    ETHICAL STANDARDS
    • Ethics Female Owned

      Female Owned

    • Ethics Charity Involved

      Charity Involved

    YALA

    Recycling programme

    Yala makes all their jewellery from reused and recycled raw materials and manufactures them with care and timelessness in mind. However, they know that taste might change. That is why they allow you to send back your items if you decide you do not want to keep them any longer. The components are then recycled and made into new jewellery styles.

    #whomadeit

    All the brands we work with value transparency as much as we do, which is why we're happy to share here the place(s) where their pieces are made. #DEMANDTRANSPARENCY
    Factory

    KENYA, Maasai Mara

    The BMB workshop is located right outside of the Maasai Mara in Kenya. It employs 158 women and one man, Oscar, who is the chief leatherworker.

    All employed artisans have learned the traditional techniques of making jewellery over generations and put truly traditional craftsmanship into their daily work.

    All workers receive about three times the average daily wage in Kenya - Not only does it support the worker’s close families but others who are reliant on the workers, benefiting over 300 local households.

    To make sure that workers are always treated fairly, it is certified by the International Fairtrade Association.

    KENYA, Maasai Mara

    The BMB workshop is located right outside of the Maasai Mara in Kenya. It employs 158 women and one man, Oscar, who is the chief leatherworker.

    All employed artisans have learned the traditional techniques of making jewellery over generations and put truly traditional craftsmanship into their daily work.

    All workers receive about three times the average daily wage in Kenya - Not only does it support the worker’s close families but others who are reliant on the workers, benefiting over 300 local households.

    To make sure that workers are always treated fairly, it is certified by the International Fairtrade Association.

    Factory
    Factory

    KENYA, Nairobi

    YALA works with a variety of workshops located in and around Nairobi. Both are run by skilled jewellery workers and each is specialised into one area of YALA’s pieces. The workshop ran by George, a highly-skilled jewellery maker, employs 15 artisans and focusses on brass work.

    The workshop ran by Victor, an artisan with ten years experience, specialises in brass and horn pieces. Victor employs ten fellow artisans and, in addition to being a jewellery artisan, has studied Journalism, Media and PR.

    KENYA, Nairobi

    YALA works with a variety of workshops located in and around Nairobi. Both are run by skilled jewellery workers and each is specialised into one area of YALA’s pieces. The workshop ran by George, a highly-skilled jewellery maker, employs 15 artisans and focusses on brass work.

    The workshop ran by Victor, an artisan with ten years experience, specialises in brass and horn pieces. Victor employs ten fellow artisans and, in addition to being a jewellery artisan, has studied Journalism, Media and PR.

    Factory

    Size Guide

    There is no size guide for this piece. Please email us if you have any questions at sales@thegoodapparel.com.

    Shipping & Delivery

    Delivery

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    It will be sent by YALA in Bristol, United Kingdom.

    All items will be shipped in 1-2 business days unless otherwise stated; This does not apply to products that are made to order.

    Returns

    Most items can be returned within 14 days, excluding discounted items, made-to order and customised items, and face masks.
    Find out more.

    YALA

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    • gb

      United Kingdom

    YALA creates African jewellery under the highest of ethical standards. Working with local artisans and a modern twist on Kenyan designs, they challenge common misconceptions on Africa one piece at a time. As a B-CORP company, all their decisions are made with the entirety of stakeholders in mind.

    ETHICAL STANDARDS
    • Ethics Female Owned

      Female Owned

    • Ethics Charity Involved

      Charity Involved

    YALA

    Recycling programme

    Yala makes all their jewellery from reused and recycled raw materials and manufactures them with care and timelessness in mind. However, they know that taste might change. That is why they allow you to send back your items if you decide you do not want to keep them any longer. The components are then recycled and made into new jewellery styles.

    All the brands we work with value transparency as much as we do, which is why we're happy to share here the place(s) where their pieces are made. #DEMANDTRANSPARENCY
    Factory

    KENYA, Maasai Mara

    The BMB workshop is located right outside of the Maasai Mara in Kenya. It employs 158 women and one man, Oscar, who is the chief leatherworker.

    All employed artisans have learned the traditional techniques of making jewellery over generations and put truly traditional craftsmanship into their daily work.

    All workers receive about three times the average daily wage in Kenya - Not only does it support the worker’s close families but others who are reliant on the workers, benefiting over 300 local households.

    To make sure that workers are always treated fairly, it is certified by the International Fairtrade Association.

    KENYA, Maasai Mara

    The BMB workshop is located right outside of the Maasai Mara in Kenya. It employs 158 women and one man, Oscar, who is the chief leatherworker.

    All employed artisans have learned the traditional techniques of making jewellery over generations and put truly traditional craftsmanship into their daily work.

    All workers receive about three times the average daily wage in Kenya - Not only does it support the worker’s close families but others who are reliant on the workers, benefiting over 300 local households.

    To make sure that workers are always treated fairly, it is certified by the International Fairtrade Association.

    Factory
    Factory

    KENYA, Nairobi

    YALA works with a variety of workshops located in and around Nairobi. Both are run by skilled jewellery workers and each is specialised into one area of YALA’s pieces. The workshop ran by George, a highly-skilled jewellery maker, employs 15 artisans and focusses on brass work.

    The workshop ran by Victor, an artisan with ten years experience, specialises in brass and horn pieces. Victor employs ten fellow artisans and, in addition to being a jewellery artisan, has studied Journalism, Media and PR.

    KENYA, Nairobi

    YALA works with a variety of workshops located in and around Nairobi. Both are run by skilled jewellery workers and each is specialised into one area of YALA’s pieces. The workshop ran by George, a highly-skilled jewellery maker, employs 15 artisans and focusses on brass work.

    The workshop ran by Victor, an artisan with ten years experience, specialises in brass and horn pieces. Victor employs ten fellow artisans and, in addition to being a jewellery artisan, has studied Journalism, Media and PR.

    Factory

    There is no size guide for this piece. Please email us if you have any questions at sales@thegoodapparel.com.

    Delivery

    This item will be shipped
    It will be sent by YALA in Bristol, United Kingdom.

    All items will be shipped in 1-2 business days unless otherwise stated; This does not apply to products that are made to order.

    Returns

    Most items can be returned within 14 days, excluding discounted items, made-to order and customised items, and face masks.
    Find out more.

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