What does The Perfect Circle Do?
The lapis lazuli stones are harvested in Afghanistan and assembled by Afghan women ravaged by war. Left widowed with limited resources, supporting their craftsmanship contributes to the economic stability of their family and community. These bracelets are sold in partnership with T.A.P.S.—Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors. Once they leave Afghanistan, the bracelets are shipped to the United States where they are then wrapped with love and gratitude by the families of our fallen heroes.
Made in Afghanistan
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As of 11-25-2016. Orders ship by December 19th on Shemaghs. FUNDS 1 DAY OF EDUCATION FOR AN AFGHAN GIRL Sourced, loomed and embroidered in Kabul, Afghanistan, this universal survival...
FUNDS 1 DAY OF EDUCATION FOR AN AFGHAN GIRL This Shemagh is sourced and loomed in Kabul, Afghanistan. This universal survival and fashion piece has a story to tell. Do you need...