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Handcrafted FAIR TRADE Ceramic Beads from Kenya

Authorized Dealer for Wholesale and Retail Kazuri beads. The quality of each handcrafted bead reflects the Kenyan culture and the powerful story of Kazuri is absolutely inspiring. Kazuri is a member of the World Fair Trade Federation (WFTO), which authenticates fair wages, safe working conditions worldwide. 

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SPECIAL SALE!!!

Mar-17-2020

If we're going to be home, let's get beading!!! I thought this would be a great time to do a special sale!!!
 

 ALL BEADS ARE ON SALE!!!

 Kazuri Beads on Sale  50% off

 Kazuri Pendants on Sale  50% off

 Samunnat Beads on Sale  50% off

  Free Shipping on your Total of $50.00 or more  

 All sales under $50.00 have a $5.00 S/H.


 *Our Goal is to provide you with the best service. On occasion,  we may be short or out of stock on the "SALE BEADS" on your order.  It is possible that multiple customers can have the same beads in their cart while shopping, but the first  customer that pays for their beads will get the them. Unless you tell us in the comment box of your order - We reserve the right to substitute something similar and of greater value. (*we always give extra beads if we come up short)
 
*  ALL SALES ARE FINAL.  THERE ARE NO ADDITIONAL DISCOUNTS


 

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The Kazuri Story

Kazuri Founder - Lady Susan Wood was born (1918) in a mud hut in an African village. Her parents were missionaries from England in the Ituri Forest. Lady Wood was sent back to England to be educated and married Michael Wood, a surgeon. They came to Kenya in 1947. They were dedicated to making a difference and Lady Wood started a coffee plantation on the Karen Blixen estate, famous from the award winning movie "Out of Africa" , at the foot of the Ngon'g Hills, about 30 minutes from the bustling Nairobi city center in Kenya. Lady Wood was a visionary, an unsung hero of her time. She assisted her husband in founding the East African Flying Doctor Service, which expanded into the African Medical Research Foundation (AMREF) of which Michael Wood was Director General for 29 years. Michael Wood was knighted in 1985.
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