An ode to the Kalahari dessert and it’s powerful animals and the some of the oldest living tribal inhabitants on earth, the San.
The region and the seemingly inhospitable environment provides nourishment for man and beast, in the form of tough grasses and watermelons. Animals which manage to adapt and survive here include: gemsbok, blue wildebeest, red hartebeest, zebra, kudu, elephant, giraffe, lion, leopard and cheetah. The area is possibly best known for the San people, or Bushmen: hunter-gatherers whose long history is told in ancient rock paintings throughout the area. Sadly, their way of life is threatened by the modern world, but there are a few places where they still manage to survive.
Our newest collection of hand carved, artisan-made cuffs make a powerful statement either as set on each wrist or worn individually. These earth-tone accessories will make you feel amazing as a compliment to your wardrobe and summer adventures. Be brave and move boldly in the direction of your dreams with this ultimate statement piece and conversation starter! Each purchase supports our artisans in Namibia, Africa.
This design is reminiscent of the scorched trees of the Deadvlei salt pan. Upcycled bracelet, hand-carved from discarded water pipe with designs inspired by the animals, landscape, and rich history...
The perfect arm combination of all three thin black up-cycled bracelets. This Deadvlei design is reminiscent of the scorched trees of the Deadvlei salt pan. The Namib Desert's rolling sand...
A tribal combination of all three thin brown up-cycled bracelets, stacked in the traditional style of the Himba tribes people. Our Kavango River design captures the winding switchbacks of the...