The tiny size of the beads make this colorful recycled Kantha textile-scrap beads extra charming. They are perfect on their own or stacked with other bracelets. Handmade by women artisans in India, who are improving their lives through their work in a self-help group.
Ash & Rose now offers free options for shipping AND returns! We've also extended our return policy to 90 days, so you have plenty of time to decide.
We'll ship your order of $100 or more for free to any USA or Canadian address when you choose the Free Shipping option. All other orders will have shipping fees calculated at checkout. We do ship internationally and fees are calculated at checkout.
We're also offering free return postage on all domestic orders when you choose to receive an exchange or store credit. For a refund back to your original form of payment, you can print a return shipping label for a flat fee of $5.95, or ship yourself using a carrier of your choice. International customers must handle their own return shipments.
Visit our Returns Portal for complete details and to initiate your return.
Kelly Weinberger founded WorldFinds in 2000 after traveling around the world with her husband David. While in Asia, Kelly was struck by the talented artisans and concerned for their lack of income when tourism faded, and vowed to do something about it when she returned to the States. The remainder of the trip was spent learning about the plight of artisans and fair trade, and culminated in an all-important visit to Traid Aid, a fair trade company, in New Zealand.
Back in the States Kelly began to test products she had purchased and learned the ins and outs of importing while David got his MBA. WorldFinds soon became a member of the Fair Trade Federation where Kelly now serves on the Bord of Directors.
WorldFinds created their Girl's Education Fundto help provide scholarships to the most marginalized families in our artisan's communities in India. A portion of every WorldFinds purchase contributes to the fund. Last year alone, an increase in orders allowed our artisan groups to send three times as many girls to school, and we are hoping to increase this even more before the end of the year.