Really pretty bracelets and off the beaten path designs and colors are the main traits for the the Rani Bracelet. Whether you chose the turquoise/blue version or the coral red, these will look fantastic with almost anything. They look even better in real life. These bracelets are made by the Ana Art Group, a fair trade co-op from Delhi India that specializes in handcrafted jewelry making. Because of the fair trade standard, they are able to offer better pay, working conditions and paid time off to its members, something hihgly unusual in India, especially for women. Part of the retail price of each item will go to the Women Empowered program created by Project Concern International, a program which helps women gain agency over their future and helps them and their community achieve a brighter future.
What began as a small artisan group working from tiny, congested work spaces in Old Delhi, the Metal Jewelry Group is now a large community of over 100 artisans focusing on education and improvements in health and environmental impacts.Thanks to the application of fair trade standards the artisans have had an increase in wages and community growth and has allowed them to fulfill their basic requirements for a decent living.
Due to the sustainable growth of this community, the group has begun keeping their children to schools much longer. The group is very proud that the average literacy of the group has increased significantly. These actions clearly represent a cultural shift in attitude including the female role in a traditional community. The support of female education and the female artisan working openly in this community is fostering an educated and open society.
Just use cloth and water to clean up your cuff but it's up to you and a matter of style preference.