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African Art Bracelet

The African Art Bracelet is hand-carved in the Ovahimba tribal tradition by villagers in Namibia, no two African Art bracelets are alike. Each bracelet features a representation of the AIDS ribbon, and each is a poignant work of wearable art imaginatively and resourcefully crafted from recycled PVC pipe.
Click on the image below to see more images of how the bracelet is made.
Your purchase of this unique bracelet provides care, food, and schooling for children of this Namibian village and other areas of Africa ravaged by AIDS.
The African Art Bracelet comes in two sizes and sells for $50.
Buy it for yourself or as a memorable gift.
Wear the Bracelet . . . Until There’s A Cure

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