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The Mawa necklace holds a beautiful interpretation of the Hamsa. The collar is leather, then trickles down to a raffia seed, bull horn, a bronze Akan gold weight and a trade bead. The elements come from Niger, Ivory Coast, Ghana and Ethiopia. A true statement piece, in Afropian fashion.
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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.
Cornucopia Necklace0 out of 5€95.00
The Cornucopia necklace is as generous as its name. It is made of a hand-braided leather collar from Mali, hand twisted leather from Niger. All this raw leather leads to a unique brass pendant traditionally handcrafted by the Djenne Dogon people of Mali, and to an antique Chevron trade bead from Ivory Coast (early 20th Century).
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Ilario Burgundy Necklace0 out of 5€80.00
Braided leather collar and bronze pendants (Ethiopian orthodox cross and custom-made Adinkra symbol), trade beads and Akan gold weights.