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Lalibela is a holy pilgrimage town in Ethiopia, known for its stone hewn churches. This brass hairpin is adorned with one of the regional Lalibela orthodox crosses. It is traditionally made using the centennial lost wax technique.
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Braided leather collar and bronze pendants (Ethiopian orthodox cross and custom-made Adinkra symbol), trade beads and Akan gold weights.
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Sikki statement necklace
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Rosary 10 out of 5€70.00
Necklace and matching earrings.
This delicate piece is made of aventurine gemstone from South Africa, Akan gold weights from Cote d’Ivoire (in brass) and Ethiopian brass beads, including a traditional ear-cleaner (!) used as a pendant.