Made in the Dark: Scented Jewelry Gives Blind Indian Craftspeople New Work Made in the Dark: Scented Jewelry Gives Blind Indian Craftspeople New Work
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Made in the Dark: Scented Jewelry Gives Blind Indian Craftspeople New Work

by Adele Peters

January 31, 2013

The designers helped create a brand that would appeal to their chosen market of progressive, middle-class Indian women. Ultimately, they hope that the line of jewelry will not only help provide blind Indians with work, but also bring more attention to the problem of preventable blindness.

Images courtesy of Made in the Dark

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Made in the Dark: Scented Jewelry Gives Blind Indian Craftspeople New Work