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Soko Gold-Plated Umbo Chain Threader Earrings

BZ$278.85 Non-Member
BZ$250.97 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
Online Only

Soko Gold-Plated Umbo Chain Threader Earrings

BZ$278.85 Non-Member
BZ$250.97 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Gold/ Cobalt

Size:  One Size

Item# 24311-168386 This item is currently not available
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These Gold-Plated Umbo Chain Threader Earrings are made by Soko, a Black-owned, women-led brand that is redefining ethical fashion. "Umbo" in Swahili means "shape," and this collection was inspired by the myriad of shapes we encounter in everyday life. Designed in San Francisco and handmade in Kenya by artisans, this pair features recycled colored glass beads hanging from 24k-gold-plated chain that you can wear alone in one piercing or thread through multiple piercings. The Soko Umbo Chain Threader Earrings measure 4.92"l with a 0.43”diam. pendant.

  • Size
    Earring Lenght: 4.92"l
    Pendant: 0.43" diam
  • Material
    30% - 24K Gold Plated Recycled Brass & 70% - Recycled Glass
  • Year of Design
    2022
  • Origin
    KE
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Soko
Soko

Soko is an ethical jewelry brand built to connect artisans in Kenya with the global marketplace. As a certified B-CorpTM they believe in using business as a force for good and work towards reducing inequality and poverty through the creation of quality jobs with dignity and purpose. Soko’s jewelry is 24k gold-plated recycled brass, and their colored products are made with locally sourced recycled glass. Soko is an ode to many meanings of being strong.

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