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Daraja Imports at NSRA with Avante Jewelry Ltd


Avante Jewelry Ltd Recognizes Daraja Imports at NSRA

Avante Jewelry Ltd recognizes Daraja Imports at NSRA. Daraja Imports features fair trade handcrafts created by African artisans in East and South Africa.

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“Every Piece Has A Story” 
While selling our handcrafted Avante Jewelry in the Women’s World at the NSRA, National Street Rod Association, car show in...
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Daraja Imports at NSRA with Avante Jewelry

Making new friends at exhibits and shows simply can't be helped. It's just natural to reach forward and pick up one of these beautiful baskets or jewelry. You can almost feel the cultural richness and textures of life woven thru each piece, completely handcrafted and fairly traded. It's experiences such as this that make our company so unique. We love sharing the stories of the artisans who create our products. Meeting other businesses along the way creates great relationships. .. Daraja Imports
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Daraja Imports Showing at Oktoberfest Hickory NC

Oktoberfest three-day, outdoor festival on the second weekend in October featuring three stages of non-stop live entertainment ranging from traditional polka to rock & roll, two beer gardens, amusement rides and carnival games, a juried arts and crafts show, and hundreds of food and commercial vendors.
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Fair Trade Jewelry Makes A Difference

Made in the remote Kenyan bush by Maasai women, the 26" Zulugrass Single Strands are strung on elastic with sustainable, natural dyed grass beads and interspersed with hand-blown Czech glass. Waterproof and color fast. Limited only by your imagination, it can be worn as a bracelet, necklace, anklet, hair tie and more. These look great with outfits from casual to professional.
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Daraja Imports™ Shares Fair Trade

Fair trade is a growing movement to help low-income artisans in developing countries move towards economic self-sufficiency. It promotes sustainability on all levels and creates opportunities to alleviate poverty.
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