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These pieces are made by more than 800 women in the rural Eswatini.  

Sisal is an invasive weed that they use to make this jewellery without impacting negatively on the environment and Eswatini’s biodiversity. All processing steps for making sisal crafts are carried out by hand. Sisal leaves are harvest and flesh stripped from the fibers. The fibers are cleaned and dried in the shade. The dried sisal is coloured in the workshop using top quality commercial dyes in an environmentally correct way. The sisal is then spun on the thigh; machine spun sisal yields inferior results.
The spun sisal is wrapped around a fine grass bundle, making a coil.  The coils are then woven together to form a jewellery disk. A disk of 15mm diameter takes approximately 2 hours to complete. 

The vision is to support the wellbeing of rural women and tehir families, while offering these beautiful and high end products to our market.

Danyé Decoración. C. Curia 18. Pamplona. Spain. Tel  +34 948 229 771
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