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Norton and Hodges is proud to partner with Hollings Cancer Center and Everyday Everest on the fundraising initiative for two new mobile health units focused on reaching underserved populations in the state of South Carolina. 100% of the proceeds go to funding the mobile health program.
Eliza Limehouse, from Bravo’s Southern Charm, has joined with us to bring attention to this worthy cause.
One of the core tenets of Norton and Hodges is to Be Bold – be bold in the choices you make, be courageous in the way you live your life, believe in yourself. The Be Bold bracelets are crafted from upcycled PVC by Himba tribeswomen in Namibia, providing a source of revenue and economic independence to the women who make them.
To learn more about how you can make a difference in the fight against cancer, please visit www.EverydayEverest.org
The Cowry Shell Brass Bracelet is hand cast in West Africa. Made of solid brass, the bracelet features ovals topped with cowry shells which are abundant along the African coast from Ras Hafun to Mozambique. The shells were once used as currency worldwide and were an important part of the trade network.
The Queen of Sheba, circa 10th Century B.C., is a somewhat nebulous woman who figures prominently in Judaic, Islamic and Ethiopian traditions. Her legendary voyage to meet King Solomon of Israel inspired centuries of speculation about her kingdom and influence throughout the ancient realm.
This unique sustainable bracelet is hand-carved from upcycled PVC water pipes featuring unique designs we created with Himba artisans.
The Himba women of Namibia traditionally carved these bracelets out of cow horn. They now use broken water pipes that are otherwise unusable, and because they are waterproof, they’re the ideal summer accessory.