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Wood pendant necklace, 'Light Brown Shoe Flower' - Light Brown Wood Hibiscus Flower Necklace from Bali Curate

Product ID: 331767

Light Brown Wood Hibiscus Flower Necklace from Bali, "Light Brown Shoe Flower"

Artisan Made Sumerta from the nonprofit foundation Bhakti Senang Hati carves a... more

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Artisan Made Sumerta from the nonprofit foundation Bhakti Senang Hati carves a pretty pendant of a "shoe flower," or hibiscus. The light brown sawo wood pendant is suspended from black cotton cords of adjustable length and accented with wood beads. Bhakti Senang Hati assists people with physical disabilities in achieving self-confidence and physical and economic independence.

  • 0.10 kgs
  • 0.2 lbs
  • Cord length: 32 cm min L - x 63 cm max L
  • Cord length: 12.5" min L - x 25" max L
  • Cord width: 1 mm
  • Cord width: 1 mm
  • Pendant: 0.6 cm H x 5.6 cm Diam.
  • Pendant: 0.2" H x 2.2" Diam.

  • Sawo wood, cotton cord
  • Avoid contact with water
  • Hand-crafted item -- color, size and/or motif may vary slightly
  • Adjustable
  • Sliding knot
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? Yes
  • Made in Indonesia.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Bali and Java
Your Purchase Makes a Difference!

Bhakti Senang Hati was founded and is run by people with physical challenges who provide a special service for the physically challenged in Bali. The society also provides wheelchairs and housing, and runs Bhakti Senang Hati Places, a home for children with disabilities. The seven artisans who are members of the foundation use a wheelchair or have a prosthetic leg. This does not stop them from living a full-life and striving to be self-sufficient.

The Bakti Senang Hati Foundation assists persons with disabilities. Living with a disability can be more difficult in Bali than in other places. Bali's Hindu culture carries with it the additional stigma of karma. To be disabled is the physical manifestation of bad karma. Traditionally, the disabled were hidden away and isolation was added to their burden. Attitudes are slowly changing and programs such as the Bakti Senang Hati Foundation teach self-confidence as well as the practical skills that will enable their members to become self-supporting.

Although their Novica sales do not provide enough income for each artisan to be self-supporting, these sales have a profound impact on their lives. The income contributes not only to their financial stability but also to their self-esteem. It is important to these artisans that their work is seen and appreciated around the world.

There are eight children that the Bakti Senang Hati artisans are able to provide for.

The Bakti Senang Foundation provides for the education of eight children.

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5 Testimonials for Bhakti Senang Hati

Zully

The bracelet looks exactly as the one on the picture. It's really cute.

Susanne

Tampa, Florida

Enjoyed the craftsmanship, nicely done.
 
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