• Image of Kommaly earrings
  • Image of Kommaly earrings

Matte silver-coloured earrings handmade in Ban Napia, Laos, from scrap metal (possibly including bomb casings, and mostly aluminium, making them extremely lightweight).
Approximately 3cm long, these earrings are designed to follow the shape of the earlobe.
Available with posts or clips.
AUD$35 (price includes postage and handling for orders in Australia).

These earrings were named after Kommaly Chanthavong, the founder of Mulberries, the first Lao fair trade company. Wilderness Bazaar would not have been possible without Kommaly and her family, as it was with their help that Wilderness Bazaar founder Leeyong Soo was able to meet and collaborate with artisans in Ban Napia.