Rust Clay Statement Earrings

$ 32.00

FALL COLLECTION Grow: Seen + Unseen
This signature collection represents new beginnings with classic brass, horn, and polymer pieces.  It encompasses the seasons of growth, signifying the beauty that comes with change. We are excited to move deeper into this year’s botanical theme as we transition into cooler temperatures. From the homes of resettled refugees across the ocean to Kenya and every home in-between, this staple fall collection represents being rooted and established while we embrace new mercies every day. “So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal. 2 Corinthians 4:18


Inspired by the hues of fall, these polymer clay statement earrings present a gorgeous shade of rust perfect for your autumn wardrobe. Hand-crafted by immigrant and refugee artisans in Baton Rouge, Louisana, the creation of these earrings facilitate sustainable living and dignified work for the artisans that created them. These earrings would look incredible paired with a dress for a fall fundraiser, autumn wedding, or dressed down with a knotted t-shirt and wide-leg jeans for a more casual look! 


+ Thoughtfully handcrafted by immigrant and refugee artisans in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
+ Materials: polymer clay and stainless steel stud post 
+ Color: Rust


Hands Producing Hope started in 2010, when founder, Rebecca, lived in Costa Rica for six months and began to learn about the discrimination and hardships a native people group called the Guaymi face on a daily basis. Moved by their story, she later visited the Coppey Abajo reservation for the first time and began dreaming of what her role in this community would be. There, she met women who, in the face of oppression and extreme poverty, still had hopes and dreams for a brighter tomorrow. While these women had a passion for learning and creating, Rebecca realized they were in need of a market. In the fall of 2012, Rebecca officially launched Hands Producing Hope, selling jewelry from the reservation through trunk shows, craft fairs, and church events. Several volunteers joined her in developing a board of members, creating new product designs, and hosting events. Since their journey began in 2010, they've seen the lasting positive impact that consumers can make on the livelihoods of entire communities. It is their heart to stir up a movement of thoughtful spenders who value the face behind the product and spread the story of hope and empowerment.