Jumbe Keyring by Pichulik at White Label Project

Jumbe Keyring

Regular price 65.00 EUR Sale price50.00 EUR
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By the Cape Town-based jewelry atelier, Pichulik. 

Discover the regal spirit of Queen Jumbe-Souli with our handmade jewelry from the Jewelry Workshop. A symbol of resistance against French colonization, Queen Jumbe-Souli's legacy ensures the continued independence of the Combo islands.

Embrace the strength of this historical figure with our unique piece crafted from soft rope, adorned with wax cotton thread, copper washers, and brass beads. Each keyring is meticulously designed, featuring a brass ring and custom rope closure. Ideal for discerning jewelry buyers seeking not only distinctive handmade jewelry but also a connection to significant cultural narratives. Explore the story behind Queen Jumbe-Souli and celebrate her legacy through this meaningful accessory.

Size: Weight 50 g, length 17 cm

Color: Dark red, orange, silver, grey

Material: Soft rope embellished with wax cotton thread, copper washers and brass beads, adorned with a brass ring and finished with custom rope closure.



Gently polish with a soft cloth or with special brass cleaning products to bring back to the bright and soft color.

Delivery within EU 3-5 days. Worldwide within 8-10 days. VAT is included in the price. Deliveries to non-EU countries might come with extra taxes and import duties that the customer must cover.

You can get a full refund for items returned by mail within 30 days of receiving them, excluding shipping costs. No refunds or exchanges are possible after 30 days from receipt.

Behind the brand

Pichulik

Pichulik is a South African brand for handcrafted jewelry. The Cape-Town-based brand was founded by Katherine-Mary Pichulik in 2012.

All their materials are sourced within Africa while the design pieces are made in Woodstock, Cape Town. The iconic ropes, made by local crafters, are combined with signature stones from across the African continent to create unique and elegant jewels.

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