We are always looking for inspiring new additions to our range at Fair Do’s and we believe Denur Crafts are a very worthy organisation to support. Denur Crafts, Kenya operates as an informal group of women who create beautiful jewellery that is sold throughout Europe, Australia, Africa and Canada.
As Kenya does not have a public school system, parents must pay for their children to attend school. The vision of Denur Crafts is to give an income to mothers so their children can receive an education. All the women who are employed to make jewellery have school-aged children. Each member creates their own design and produces the jewellery using traditional methods from raw materials located in Kenya. Denur Crafts started in 1994 with just four women and has grown to a membership of thirty-eight.
Leah Mitula of Denur Crafts recently visited us at Fair Do’s with her son Dean who is studying at the University of Glamorgan.
Come into Fair Do’s and see our lovely range of handmade jewellery, perfect as gifts for all occasions.