Bead Beaded Necklaces from West Africa(123 items)
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I love the size and greatly appreciate the artistic work that was devoted to this piece. A true keepsake and eventual hand me down to my children.
Beautiful necklace even better than pictured
I am so pleased with this beautiful and special piece of jewelry! It is even more exquisite in real life than pictured online. It is obvious that a lot of care and love went into the making of this special piece. I will wear it with pride for years to come. I would love to be able to purchase matching earrings from this talented artist.
This is a beautiful piece. The colors of howlite are gorgeous, and it goes with so many things. It is well made also. One of my favorites
Salome Korkor Kpokli Handcrafted jewelry
"Once I visited a friend and saw her working on jewelry, It attracted me so much, I started designing jewelry of my own."
"I mastered this craft by using my break hours to learn from my... read more
Popular Bead Beaded Necklaces from West Africa
Beaded Pendant Necklace with Recycled Glass and Wood, "Eco Anonyam"$89.95
Centering this necklace, a pendant of recycled plastic resembles amber. Ghanaian artisan Tina Quaye designs and crafts this boho necklace, circling the wearer with beads of green recycled glass and brown sese wood. This necklace is named meaning "glory" in the Akan language.
Rainbow Pointed Howlite and Sese Wood Beaded Necklace, "Rainbow Triangles"$44.99
Rita Addo Zakour takes inspiration from a bright rainbow when designing this stunning necklace. Multi-colored howlite triangles are paired with sese wood beads to create a bold statement. Pointed edges form a truly unique look that is ideal for a casual ensemble.
Blue Agate Beaded Necklace from Ghana, "Blue Nsroma"
Inspired by the beauty of the which means "stars" in the Akan language, Ghanaian artisan Salome Korkor Kpokli creates this elegant necklace. Beads of dark and light blue agate circle the neck, centered by a segment of larger beads at the center.
Recycled Glass and Sese Wood Beaded Necklace, "Yehowada"$64.99
Add a pop of color to your outfit with this gorgeous beaded necklace designed by West Africa's Salome Korkor Kpokli. The artisan twists recycled glass beads into a thick woven strand, then finishes the necklace with sese wood beads and a brass clasp. She names the necklace , a Ghanaian word that translates to "God is great" in English.