This simple and elegant charm necklace stands on its own, or goes well as part of a layered set. Each tiny cream charm is hand-rolled, cut out, stamped, and delicately painted by Sancha, a refugee working to establish a new life in the USA. The chain this charm hangs from is ethically made in East Asia by women who have been rescued from trafficking.
Sancha is from the war-torn country of Bhutan, and her family was sent to a refugee camp in Nepal about 20 years ago for refuge. She came to the United States with her husband from the refugee camp in 2012 and lives in a refugee community in Houston. In 2014 Mercy House Global began providing work for refugees in Houston and developed a one on one relationship with Sancha. She uses the money she earns to provide for her family. Her dream is to own a home one day. Recently, Sancha took the steps to become a US citizen.
Size: Adjustable 16 to 18 inches