Upendo Hearts Large Link Chain Bracelet

Hearts Chain Link Bracelet, our exclusive design was handmade by talented artisans in Kenya. Crafted from reclaimed brass to promote eco-friendly living.

Tembo (meaning 'elephant') and Upendo (meaning 'love') is our collection of three limited edition pieces, designed to remind us of the importance of conserving wildlife. The three pieces are bold, powerful, and a direct link to providing reliable employment in Africa.

Made from sustainable recycled brass, individually hand-casted and linked together. This striking bracelet alternates between oval and heart-shaped links for a distinctive style to make you stand out from the crowd. 

Crafted by our artisans from recycled brass, reducing wastage and supporting a cleaner, more sustainable planet. Ethically crafted, providing support and income for the talented people who made them.

Boho, indie, and luxurious. This distinctive statement piece makes a great gift or for yourself.

WHO MADE YOUR JEWELLERY?

Our Kenyan Jewellery is made collaboratively between the fantastic husband and wife team, Anton and Benta, alongside skilled artisans that are part of a Fair Trade social enterprise in Mombasa, Kenya. Anton and Benta's sons have since jointed their team.

 Read more about Anton and Benta here.

DETAILS

Materials: Recycled Brass

Available in 3 Sizes: Small 17cm, Medium 19cm & Large 21cm

CARE

After several uses, our brass and silver jewellery may start to tarnish slightly. Some prefer the brass when it becomes darker in tone. However, you may prefer to restore your jewellery to its original polished gold-tone. 

The best way to polish your brass jewellery is to use a brass polish, we suggest Brasso (Always follow the instructions on the bottle). If you don't have any brass polish to hand or prefer a more natural alternative, cover half a lemon in salt and rub over your jewellery until you see the tarnish starts to lift, rinse well and polish dry with a soft cloth.

Silver needs more gentle polishing with baking soda and a damp cloth. 

Read more about how to care for your goods on our Care Guide.