Kazuri

KAZURI, which means "small and beautiful" in Swahili, began in 1975 with a workforce of two African women. The vision was to create employment for disadvantaged and unemployed people, especially single mothers, in the town and region of Karen, in Kenya.

Currently there are now more than 340 people working in the Kazuri workshop.
Clay is collected from Mt Kenya, and processed on site. Each bead is then hand rolled, carefully shaped, polished, fired, painted with designs, glazed, and fired again.

After many hands have touched and created each bead , it is then assembled into your beautiful piece of jewellery.

For more info click on "Our Artisans"

 

46 Products Found

Spring

Spring

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Abby

Abby

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Ruby

Ruby

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Mint

Mint

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Breeze

Breeze

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Lemon

Lemon

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Kate

Kate

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Galaxy

Galaxy

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White

White

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Black

Black

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Liana

Liana

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Summer

Summer

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Cleo

Cleo

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Jill

Jill

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Lizzie

Lizzie

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Gabby

Gabby

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Stones

Stones

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Alpine

Alpine

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Frost

Frost

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Fire

Fire

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Mali

Mali

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Violet

Violet

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Fern

Fern

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Moss

Moss

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