Esperanza Sterling Ring
This is one of those rings that your hands feel naked if you forget to put it on. We have completely fallen in love with this rings' versatility + beautiful design!
The sterling silver is soft enough that you can elongate the ring or squish the bands closer together. You can wear it with the crossing design in front, or turn it around for a stacking ring look - creating an entirely different feel.
This ring is named after Anita's mother, Esperanza, which means "hope" in Spanish. Esperanza is the matriarch of the family, and her positivity + kind leadership have rippled throughout the family. Ring comes in sizes 6 through 10. Debating between two sizes? Get the larger one, as the ring can feel smaller if you elongate it!
This fair trade ring is completely handmade in Peru out of .925 recycled sterling silver.
Want to learn more about the women who make this ring? Email us at email@example.com and we can tell you all about Fair Anita's artisans in Peru!FAIR ANITA is on a mission to create a world where women feel safe, valued, and respected no matter their geography, and they're thrilled to include you in this community. They are building a business in the most ethical way they can dream up:
- Their products are always fair trade, made in ethical working conditions, where their female artisan partners are paid 2-3x minimum wage plus health insurance + educational scholarships. They currently partner with over 8,000 women in 9 countries.
- They are striving to be as eco-friendly as a consumer-driven brand can be. Nearly all of their products are made from recycled materials, and they offset their carbon footprint by funding + supporting anti-climate change initiatives with their artisan partners around the world.
- They source all materials in the local communities where their products are handmade. This stimulates the local economy, and gives them the fun challenge to figure out how to work with foreign recycled materials.
- They value consent in storytelling. Though their products are made by kick-butt women around the world, they don't always talk about them a ton. They only share stories of women who have given them their full permission to talk about how awesome they are!