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Product description

Made from granite quarry dust, plaster of Paris, glue and locally sourced silver, the Roka Cufflinks are a symbol of something much more. Created within the quarry village of Marenhalli Bande the Roka cufflinks are an empowering product made by our chief artisan Rani with lots of love!

Founded by young Australian university students in 2013, Roka enables us to employ one woman, Rani, to work approximately 20 hours per week, helping to provide her with financial independence from a sustainable income.

Each Roka piece is handmade by Rani in India using the granite dust from the quarry which is metres from her front door.

As the cufflinks are made individually by hand, each piece is unique and no creation looks completely identical.

Available in white, black, blue and dark green.

Roka Granite Cufflinks

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$40.00 + $9.95 Flat Rate Shipping

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When do you deliver:
Orders are shipped every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. If you require speed post for a special occasion please reach out to us!
Returns and General Order considerations:
We gladly accept returns and exchanges within 14 days of delivery



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Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
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About the seller

The 40K Products team is on a mission to employ and empower 100 women in rural India through their products. All products have been developed by university students who have traveled to India on the one month 40K Globe internship. Each of the women employed work for 20 hours per week so that they may also balance their home duties. Since 2015, seven women have been permanently employed for more then 12 months, creating over 1000 hours of paid employment.

How this purchase helps

  • Improving access
  • Local communities
  • Economic empowerment
  • International development