Pashmina Mosaic - Wooden Beads Snake Bracelet
For over 10 years, Jianhui London has been handcrafting pieces from recycled and upcycled materials, such as wood, paper and leather, to bring you beautiful, eye-catching designs that can be reworked, twisted and reshaped to create a new look every time.
Because style and elegance are as important as protecting our planet, quality and sustainability are at the heart of Jianhui London designs.
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Model: Pashmina Mosaic - Wooden Beads Snake Bracelet
Bracelet handmade from upcycled wooden pallets: Bracelets for women, mens bracelet.
Size: Adjustable size - hang the bracelet on your wrist then wrap it around your wrist
Width: 5 cm
Jianhui artisans: Most of Jianhui London's skilled artisans come from disadvantaged backgrounds. Some are single mothers with young children. For some, working for Jianhui London is their only source of income. Jianhui offers them flexible jobs that enable them to strike a good work-life balance and bring up their children. Jianhui respects its artisans and pays them more than double the usual salary for the same type of job. He is proud of the role he plays in establishing an ethical supply chain. As a sustainable jewellery designer, he strives to ensure that all those who make his creations are paid decent wages that contribute to the local economy and their way of life.
Jianhui was born in a poor village in rural China. His name, chosen by his mother, means "to build a splendid life". His creative journey began when his parents were not always able to pay public school fees. Outside school, he spent his time in the mountains around his village, fascinated by their colours and abundant natural variety. When he was finally able to attend school regularly, he excelled both academically and creatively, which led him to study ceramics in the city and then to complete an MBA in the UK. But his desire to create was not stifled. He began creating jewellery from objects he found or bought and sold at Portobello market in West London. This was the beginning of his real passion for reusing materials.