In Swahili Kazuri means "small and beautiful"
Kazuri beads have been handcrafted in Kenya since 1975 when a workshop was set up for single mothers to gain employment. Today these gorgeous earthen clay beads are still made by hand, fired and hand painted by the Kenyan women. They reflect the true beauty of Africa through the vivid use of colours and patterns.
By investing in one of our Kazuri necklaces you are helping us to help support the women of Kenya and their families.
Today there are over 340 women who are skilled in crafting these gorgeous ceramic beads in their vibrant and breathtaking colours.
Kazuri is a member of the World Fair Trade Organisation (WFTO)