Michigan Leather Bracelet
Availability: In stock
Item #: 105944
Approximately 7" to 7.5" laid flat, approximately 5.5" to 6" when snapped closed and worn around the wrist; approximately 1.5" wide
Handmade from leather salvaged from car seats in Detroit, MI. Base metal snap closure.
Each bracelet is unique due to the nature of their materials and construction, but please let us know if you have a color preference in the "Special Instructions for Seller" section of your order and we will do our utmost to fulfill your request while supplies last. General color choices include greens, blues, grays, browns, and tans.
Where this product came from
The scars of abuse, abandonment, addiction, and slavery run deep. They are not easily healed. They infect the mind, body, and soul, crippling human dignity. But as WAR, Int'l develops curative programs and partnerships, wounded women begin the difficult journey toward renewal. Physical, spiritual, and emotional care creates communities of hope and healing. Soon, women are forging new futures within the safety of their programs, learning sought-after and sustainable skills. When a rescued woman's creations are brought and bragged on, she becomes an empowered individual, knowing that she has value beyond the world's red light districts. Women in curative programs go on to care for their families, earn diplomas and college degrees, and find careers of dignity. When you wear products created by rescued women, you join them on the journey and help heal the pain of their past.
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