Hand-woven Tibet Freedom Bracelet
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Nothing beats black & white when it comes to matching other items in your wardrobe or jewelry collection, and nothing beats a bracelet whose purchase brings help to others. With $1 from every purchase going to help Tibetan nuns living in India, our Hand-woven Tibet Freedom Bracelet does just that.
Purchase of these bracelets benefits the Tibetan Nuns Project, a program providing education, support, and basic humanitarian aid to nearly 600 Tibetan refugee nuns now living in India. This support includes improving standards of food, sanitation, medical care, and establishing further facilities for refugee Buddhist nuns. We will pass along a $1US contribution for each bracelet sold.
Bracelet is woven with black and white yarn made from 100% cotton, and measures 11" L (27.9 cm); fits most wrist sizes. Handmade in and fairly traded from India.
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February 3, 2015 - I have huge wrists, and this expands plenty to fit. Pleased to buy it for a good cause.
August 21, 2013 - Simple, comfortable and meaningful.
January 6, 2013 - I purchased this for my nephew (16) for a gift. He put it on immediately and has not taken it off. They are studying China in his class and he is eager to explain the bracelet to his classmates! A great item for a great cause!
August 3, 2012 - this is a very cool braclet...I use it for an anklet.It is well worth the money,but I wish they could have used real animal hair instead of cotton.I guess they use what they can get and helping Tibet in ant way is what it's all about plus you get a cool bracelet!!
June 14, 2012 - Very pretty, simple yet striking. Had to ignore the loop at the end where it's supposed to be fastened though as it's quite large, still looks great though and supporting a very important cause.
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