UberKuchi

Uber Kuchi

Connecticut, United States · 7612 Sales

UberKuchi

Uber Kuchi

Connecticut, United States 7612 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Announcement   Specializing in vintage Afghan tribal jewelry, Central Asian textiles and costume supplies for use in dance, music, theater, television and film. Sorry, we cannot ship to Italy. Trade friendly shop - DarkTraders welcome!

Announcement

Specializing in vintage Afghan tribal jewelry, Central Asian textiles and costume supplies for use in dance, music, theater, television and film. Sorry, we cannot ship to Italy. Trade friendly shop - DarkTraders welcome!

Michele Rabushka

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Michele Rabushka

About

There is No Military Solution

I began selling Afghan jewelry in 1982. A large number of civilians had fled the Soviet invasion of 1979. The number of displaced Afghanis reached millions in the decades that followed from the end of the Soviet war in 1989 through the civil war and Taliban rule of the 1990s. During the latest U.S.-Afghan war even more civilians were displaced, externally and internally, adding to the huge numbers of refugees already dislodged from over 30 years of constant war. Afghanistan represented the world's largest refugee population during the 1980s and early 1990s according to the U.N. High Commission on Refugees. Many Afghanis who had left their country sought work in Pakistan, Iran, India, Indonesia, and the U.S. Many have been repatriated. The U.S.-Afghan war has spilled over into Pakistan since 2010 making the geopolitical situation even more unstable. I believe that it is better to sell jewelry and textiles than guns and poppies. Read the story about Marjan the Lion, a true Afghan hero. His name means "precious stone" in the Afghan Farsi language. Remember that the concept of true jihad starts within your own heart - it is every man's struggle between good and evil. Any other type of jihad is not cool.

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  • Mich Rabushka

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    Mich holds a BA in Government from Wesleyan University & an MA in Economics from Trinity College.

Shop policies

Last updated on April 12, 2016
We specialize in vintage Kuchi tribal and ethnic jewelry, costume supplies and textiles from Afghanistan and Central Asia for use in set decoration, dance, theater, music, television and film. We stock hard to find costume and jewelry making supplies.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
  • Money Order
  • Check
  • Other Method
Payment
We accept PayPal, all major credit cards, checks, and money orders denominated in US dollars. Payment is due within seven (7) days of purchase. Please contact us if you need more time to pay.
Shipping
We ship via the USPS. Sorry, we cannot ship to Italy. BUYER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CUSTOMS CHARGES. No refunds on shipping charges. Return shipping at buyer's expense. International shipping of Afghan jewelry to certain countries can take longer than expected. Please allow up to 3 weeks for international delivery to Australia, Asia, the South Pacific and Eastern Europe unless you have paid for expedited shipping.
Refunds and Exchanges
Refund of your purchase price within 14 days upon receipt of undamaged merchandise. Please convo us through the Etsy message system for instructions prior to returning an item. NO REFUNDS ON SHIPPING CHARGES. RETURN SHIPPING AT BUYER'S EXPENSE. All returns must use delivery confirmation or other tracking. Return address is as follows:

Bran & Sceolan Designs
d/b/a Uber Kuchi
Michele Rabushka Lysik
380 Merrow Road
Coventry, CT 06238-1394
USA
Additional policies and FAQs
Please contact us if you are not happy and we will work to resolve the problem. The Etsy convo system is our preferred method of contact. Please allow 24 hours turnaround time for a response. Please do not purchase an item with RESERVED in the title unless you asked us to reserve it for you.