Mother of pearl, serpentine, jade, african trade black sand cast snake beads, wrapped paper beads, african trade vinyl/ vulcanite heishi, carved bone, bumble bee beads, amber glass, brass tube, glow in the dark fishing beads, white enameled metal bar, silver faceted trade beads, yellow glass, vintage oil slick glass rod, miyuki seed beads, green enameled chain, lucite ring, pink glass rondelles, horn, vintage tribal pendant strung on coated steel cording. copper hooks. 


necklace hangs 15 1/2" long

earrings hang 5 1/2" long



All jewelry is one of a kind and made with love. 


This set is being RAFFELED off via direct donations to the Sabokahan Unity of Lumad women// Liyang Network.

 Check @__moreferalthan__ on instagram on how to enter.


Liyang is a local to global advocacy network that amplifies the calls to action of Lumad (indigenous) communities in Mindanao, Philippines on the frontlines of environmental protection.


Sabokahan is an intergenerational, inter-tribal grassroots organization by and for Lumad women. Sabokahan aspires for the equal respect and recognition of indigenous women’s rights, capacities, and leadership in the overall struggle of the indigenous peoples for the right to life, ancestral land, and self-determination manifested in their own governance and development of their territories and affairs; and in general for the emancipation of all class, gender, race, and sectors from all forms of oppression and exploitation. Sabokahan envisions a society of social justice, true equality and genuine peace where the political, socio-economic and cultural roots of the marginalization and exploitation of women, indigenous peoples and other oppressed people have been resolved.

Sabokahan Unity of Lumad women set