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Hi ya'll!

L. Rae Jewelry began 10 years ago when I was desperate to find a way to stay home with my newborn twins.


How do we practice fair trade?
We pride ourselves in conducting business in a manner that is beneficial to all involved. This means paying a fair price for the beads we buy and purchasing from many different co-ops, vendors and craftspeople.

Quality and craftsmanship are of the most importance with me.

Fair Trade Sourced Beads

Deer Antler Naturally Harvested and sourced in Colorado

Deer Tan Leather sourced from Kentucky

Handmade in Nashville

Please let me know if you have any questions at all!

Best wishes,
Jess
Owner, L. Rae Jewelry
 
Fair Trade Sourced Beads
How do we practice fair trade?
We pride ourselves in conducting business in a manner that is beneficial to all involved. This means paying a fair price for the beads we buy and purchasing from many different co-ops, vendors and craftspeople. 
The Basics of African Beads
The term African Beads is used to refer to both beads locally produced by indigenous people of the African continent as well as Trade Beads that have traveled from other parts of the world and now circulate or were recently sourced from Africa. Together these beads have played an enormous role in the culture, fashion, economy, and artistic expression of the African people. Today, they are cherished by collectors, jewelry makers, and everyday people who just love wearing African beads! African tribal beads and glass beads also hold a special mythical significance as well.

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