Peace Marble Unlock-it Bracelet by Akola - Pre-Order Web Exclusive
Peace Marble Unlock-it Bracelet by Akola - Pre-Order Web Exclusive


Peace Marble Unlock-it Bracelet by Akola - Pre-Order Web Exclusive

Sale price$175.00



The exclusive Unlock-it marble black Peace bracelet by HerStory. This item is pre-order and takes 3-4 weeks to ship.

This Unlock-it hinged bracelet features:

  • Twin bezel set designer crystal baguettes in a clear crystal color
  • Engraved with the word, PEACE
  • 14k Gold tone metal
  • Magnetic clasp in front allows for easy open and close
  • Hinged Bracelet
  • Sustainable material with Natural Color
  • Helps Employ 7 Women
2.25" Inner Diameter
Standard Medium Size, fits most wrist sizes
Handcrafted in Uganda

Your Akola Unlock-It bracelet is handcrafted using natural and up-cycled materials. Slight inconsistencies will occur that add to the unique beauty of each piece.

Keep your Unlock-It bracelet away from water, lotion and perfume. Store bracelet in your Akola pouch to protect from humidity, high heat & to avoid scratching. Wipe with a soft untreated cloth to clean.

Apply olive oil to a clean cloth, rub onto horn & wipe off with a soft dry cloth to restore the shine of your horn over time.


Brittany Underwood

Every journey requires faith and a first step. In my case, it started with a woman. It was 2004 and I was a spoiled, selfish, 19 year old college student looking forward to a summer adventure. Two weeks into a trip I met a Ugandan woman named Sarah. Sarah lived her life with great meaning and purpose and sacrificed everything she had to care for 24 children who slept on her floor. I knew that there were poor children in the world. But for the first time, I SAW them. I saw their mats, distended stomachs, and their sores. I wanted to help. I moved to Uganda after graduating from SMU in 2006 and came to love Ugandan mothers like Sarah, who were desperately trying to care for their children. I realized that meaningful job creation is critical and started Akola, "She Works", in 2007 with 15 women making jewelry under a tree. Today, Akola has blossomed into a thriving purpose-driven jewelry brand and manufacturing business that creates beautiful designs that build up the lives and livelihoods of 200 women living in poverty.