Plastic Beaded Necklaces(183 items)
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What a knock out!
The colors are beautiful together. The necklace holds its shape well when you wear it. It is unusual and attractive.
Bold and beautiful
Another winner from Ila Suleyman. Great color combination. Will enhance any outfit. Beautifuly made of quality items.
Africa! No TSA Pat down!
And I didnt even have to remove my shoes! The exquisite artistry strung in wooden beads speaks volumes of a vibrant culture. One can vicariously imagine the pulse of,say, a market on the outskirts of Accra where I might haggle good-naturedly over the price of her creation with Elizabeth Alorchie-Apetor! Africa travels well. kudos to the artisans of NOVICA! Thank You Elizabeth! John.
Ila Suleyman Leather and beaded jewelry
"My forefathers were predominantly millet and cattle farmers, and they would use the leather of the animals for accessories such as talismans, bangles and necklaces for personal use."
Popular Plastic Beaded Necklaces
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.
Blue Braided Beaded Necklace Fair Trade Jewelry from Africa, "Sosongo in Blue"
Six beaded strands are interwoven in a braid to form the focal point of this necklace presented by Ghanaian Ila Suleyman. Each strand is threaded with blue recycled vinyl beads and the ends of the braided section are finished with sese wood beads and large agate stone beads that serve as spacers. The brass hook clasp matches the beads' warm tones. The name comes from the Mamprusi word meaning "good way."
Bone and Recycled Beaded Necklace, "Green Laafi"$39.99
"I crafted this necklace to bless you with good health," declares Ila Suleyman. From his "Laafi" collection meaning "good health" in the Mamprusi language, the necklace is centered by a cow bone pendant escorted by terracotta and sese wood beads. Green beads recycled from plastic bottles and vinyl discs are diligently threaded by hand for a necklace that fastens with a brass hook.
Black Recycled Plastic and Wood Artisan Crafted Necklace, "Black Taowre"$49.99
Ila Suleyman designs a necklace that dazzles with African elegance. He names his creation , which in the Mamprusi language means "forward movement." The Ghanaian artisan crafts the beaded necklace by hand with sese wood beads as well as solemn black beads and discs of recycled plastic origin.
From northern Ghana, the Mamprusi people are predominantly rice and cattle farmers who use cow hide and bones to create various items including jewelry and accessories.