The Wingo Earrings feature curvy, matte brass earrings.
Deforestation is a environmental threat to Malawi. No live trees were hurt in marking of these wood items. Instead, YEWO utilizes fallen teak branches & off-cuts to make all of their wood jewelry pieces.
Makola means 'good' in Tumbuka, the language in Malawi. These Japanese glass beads dangle from a satin brass posts.
Just in time for Fall, 'Jungu' means 'Pumpkin' in Tumbuka. These beautiful earrings feature satin brass with dark teak wood and a sterling silver post.
Matte brass half moons. Each unique piece is made by hand in YEWO's solar-powered workshop in Malawi. No two pieces are identical— slight variations should be embraced and celebrated.
Josi means 'Smoke' in Tumbuka, the language of northern Malawi. Each unique piece is made by hand in YEWO's solar-powered workshop in Malawi. No two pieces are identical— slight variations should be embraced.
18” antique matte-gold plated brass chain
The Mulenji Necklace is a classic! Featuring a matte U-Shape brass pendant , it is a staple piece. 'Mulenji' means 'Morning' in Tumbuka.
The pendant on this necklace is made using recycled, regionally sourced brass. Brass is an ancient metal alloy comprised of copper and zinc, and is a sustainable metal option.