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Bamboo hoop earrings

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by Emma Elwin on 20 January, 2015

Bamboo Hoop Earrings, John Hardy.  I have a thing for bamboo. Especially when it comes to accessories.  These earrings are a bit out of my price range but on the plus side if one where to buy them they plant 8 bamboo seedings to give back to the earth. They write on there website: “We […]

YEG5054 kopieraBamboo Hoop Earrings, John Hardy. 

I have a thing for bamboo. Especially when it comes to accessories.  These earrings are a bit out of my price range but on the plus side if one where to buy them they plant 8 bamboo seedings to give back to the earth. They write on there website:

“We strive to always do better. Being green is a never ending process. Every day, we are implementing energy-efficiency programs and evaluating ways to lower our impact on the environment because we care for our people.”

– Damien Dernoncourt of John Hardy


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