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Triangle Emerald Pulp Earring


These handmade paper pulp earrings are encased in a brass triangle and suspended from a brass circular frame with brass hooks.

They are handmade in Eswatini, Southern Africa from 100% waste newspaper pulp dyed in emerald and varnished for durability.

Light and elegant, this design is also entirely original.

Quazi designs for sustainable change and social impact, creating responsible and thoughtful products by transforming recycled magazines into original accessories and interiors. These earrings directly support women artisans who are paid a living wage in the Quazi workshop.


Based in Swaziland, all their products are hand made by local women, empowering them through skill sharing and a living wage.

Quazi believes that craftsmanship and ethical production could prove to be a vital economic sector for Africa. They want to change the perception of recycled materials by developing innovative techniques combined with locally sourced environmentally friendly or recycled materials.

  • Packaged on a gift card colour.
  • Due to the handmade recycled nature of the product colour may vary.
  • Colour comes from magazine page.
  • 2.5cm long.

Quazi designs and makes unique jewellery that’s reducing waste as well as creating a better life for the people who craft it. 

Based in Swaziland, Quazi has become a reliable source of employment for local women. They’re offered a living wage, permanent contracts and a chance to hone the art of eco-friendly jewellery-making. Artisans in the community often have children to support and so this economic empowerment benefits their families too. 

Fair trade principles guide the social enterprise – they were even a founding member of SWIFT, Swaziland Fair Trade. They’re firm believers that craftsmanship and ethical production could prove to be a vital economic sector for Africa. 

Pioneering design and craftsmanship takes place in the Quazi studio, where every single piece of jewellery is made using waste magazines and newspapers. Wherever possible, materials are sourced locally to keep their environmental footprint as low as they can. 

Starting out with a single rolled paper bead earring, they now have a collection of original earrings and rings.