This handcrafted, open-ended brass ring adds a little bit of edge thanks to its structured, architectural profile. The dramatic asymmetrical shape is unexpected and works exceptionally well when worn solo as the star-piece on your hand. Best of all? It’s ethically made by local artisans in Kenya from recycled materials.
- SOKO ethical jewelry
- Recycled brass
- 24mm width band
- Handcrafted in Kenya using heritage artisan techniques
- Each piece is unique with slight deviations, yet held to a high standard of quality
- The open format gives this ring a somewhat adjustable fit
- Arrives in a cloth bag handmade by a women's collective in Nairobi
We love how this ring is bold without trying. The sculptural silhouette reminds of modern architecture and afternoons at the museum.
our impact every year
Carbon Dioxide Savings
13 million gallons
Pesticides Kept off Land
Handcrafted from Repurposed Materials
This ethically made jewelry is created by an artisan in Kenya. Each piece is unique with slight deviations, yet held to a high standard of quality. Value and beauty are found in the natural variations and details of each piece. Artisans use locally-sourced and eco-friendly materials such as recycled brass and reclaimed cow horn to create one-of-a-kind works of art.
Jewelry that Empowers Artisans in Kenya
Soko is helping break through systemic poverty by working with artisans to increase their income by an average of 5x. Kenyan entrepreneurs build their businesses, improve production capacity, and sustainably increase their income. You will see and feel the difference in the heirloom quality of their stunning work.