“Gahiji” means in Egyptian hunter.
The Gahiji bracelet is one of our classic 22STARS men bracelets. Around 30 vertical beads are placed next to each other to give this cool effect. Wear them solo or stack on a few. Wear them solo or mix them with your other bracelets and watch. Mixing and matching, however, is not only for the bracelets themselves. Of course they work with summer’s sun-faded T-shirts and cutoff shorts, but try them also with your suit! The unexpected contrast makes this combo a subtle way to relax a tight business dress code. Let’s face it, these days the distinction between formal and informal is not more than a distant memory.
- FASHION WITH IMPACT
Our products are handmade from recycled paper by talented artisans in Uganda whose name card with picture comes with the piece you purchase. With every item sold we provide pencils, dental care, meals or clothes to a child in need. Join us and make an impact!
- · Hand made from 100 % recycled paper
- · Varnished with natural products
- · Waterproof
- · Light in weight
- · Comes with a unique card of the artisan who made it
- · Empowers our artisans in Uganda to rise above poverty
- · One item provides dental care, pencils, clothes or meals to a child in need
How your purchase helps childrenEvery product you purchase is attached to a specific and tangible aid to children from the 22STARS foundation. We send them every three months the total amount of money that is received through the purchases and the number of items that can be bought. Like dental care, pencils, meals and clothes. Very often the children lack access to these things, since they can simply not afford it. Please have a look at the children that we support at our 22STARS foundation website.
Have a look at our artisan page and read the story of the woman who made your product. Feel free to send her a message and picture of you wearing her jewellery piece. Also, if you happen to be in Uganda, please come to our projects. We assure you that our artisans will love to meet you and show you how to make beads from recycled paper.
Say hello to the person who made your product!