A fresh crop of Zulugrass arrives at Global Fayre

April 29, 2009 at 18:35 Leave a comment

We just got a fresh consignment of Zulugrass from the Leakey Foundation.


Based in The Rift Valley Kenya, East Africa, The Leakey Collection founders Katy and Philip Leakey, combine their talents in interior design and the arts with their love of nature to develop stunning handcrafted products for an international market. Using natural elements such as fallen wood, grass and porcelain, these renowned designers create unique products while protecting the environment and providing economic opportunity to the local communities.

You can read more about the history of the Masai and the birth of Zulugrass jewelry here.


The women harvest the grass, one blade at a time. The long grass is dried and cut into bead-size pieces and dyed lovely hues – blues, greens, reds, yellows, pinks, purples, earth and natural tones – which are then strung into necklaces and bracelets. Brilliant Czech glass beads are added, mixing them with the soft luster of the grass beads and giving sparkle and a contemporary flair to the jewelry. That’s how Zulugrass is born!

We’ll be adding Zulugrass to our online store over the next few days.

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