Kazuri, for every woman who loves unique jewelry.
KAZURI's jewelry collection consists of handcrafted and hand-painted ceramic jewelry from Kenya, East Africa. The beautiful, unique beads are made out of clay from the area around Mount Kenya, meaning that it is an authentic product from this region.
Already 350 women are employed by KAZURI, to shape and glaze every bead and to develop them into unique pieces of jewelry. The workshop of KAZURI is located at a section of the Karen Blixen estate, well-known from the famous film Out of Africa. For many years now, KAZURI has been registered with WFTO/IFAT as FAIR TRADE
Kazuri is a member of the WFTO !
New collection 2021
Below you can see some impressions of the new colours for this season.
For more impressions check our Catalog
Invitation Retail Fair
We cordially invite you to Retail Fair Utrecht from the 12th until the 14th of September in Utrecht
Do you want to be the frontrunner with your product range? From the 12th until the 14th of September you can discover the latest trends and purchase the newest collections from many brands during the fall edition of the Retail Fair Utrecht.
Be surprised by the latest trends in the field of Jewels & Watches, Fashion & Lifestyle, Kitchen & Dining and Home, Living & Design. See, feel and taste the newest developments in retail and get inspired by 200 suppliers and the 1,500 high class brands they represent. At Retail Fair Utrecht you will find anything you need to anticipate your customers’ demands.
Jaarbeurs Utrecht will maintain being a safe environment with the special KIWA quality mark for covid-proof events.
Are you ready for the inspiration for Tomorrow? We are looking forward to meeting you at Retail Fair Utrecht. The event for retail in the Benelux.
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Kazuri, small & beautiful
The founder of KAZURI, Lady Susan Wood (1918-2005) established KAZURI in 1975 with two local women as a small pottery in her backyard. She taught them how to create jewelry from clay, shape and glaze every bead and to develop them into unique pieces of jewelry so they could sell them and earn their own income. The company developed more and more and In 2000, Mark and Regina Newman continued the work from Susan Wood as she was becoming of age. They took over KAZURI. They valued the same mission as Susan Wood: To provide and sustain employment opportunities for disadvanved members of the Kenyan society. To reach this, they focussed also on export of the beautiful KAZURI beads and jewelry.
Come and visit us!
Showroom trademart Utrecht
Second floor, stand B215.
Open on every monday!