African Bead(296 items)
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Glimmery and lovely
Coordinate with a leopard outfit I have. These earrings top it off to perfection. I m a “bigger” gal and they don t get lost in my hair: they are so feminine and beautiful. Well made and lightweight. They are comfortable to wear.
Fun and practical
I love this bracelet. It goes with everything and is easy to slip on, on busy mornings. It seems like it will last a long time.
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.
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 African Bead
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.
Sese Wood and Ceramic Dangle Earrings from Ghana, "Sweet Beads"$23.99
Beautiful and sweet, this pair of dangle earrings from Ghana features a design by Catherine Offei Kwapong. Beads of brown and beige sese wood surround orbs of handcrafted ceramic with stripes and dot motifs. Hanging on brass hooks, these earrings accent any outfit.
Wood and Recycled Plastic Beaded Stretch Bracelet from Ghana, "Earthy Charm"
Giving a contemporary twist to traditional African designs, artisan Catherine Offei Kwapong creates a lovely stretch bracelet with sese wood and recycled plastic beads. Using nylon cord, she strings the different beads by hand in an eye-catching alternating pattern.
Sese Wood and Terracotta Hand Made Ghanaian Beaded Bracelet, "Feminine Beauty"
With beautiful consistency of pattern and calming shades of brown and beige, Catherine Offei Kwapong strings together this subtly stunning beaded bracelet. A Ghanaian artisan, Kwapong uses a base of nylon twine and then decorates it with beads of sese wood and terracotta. Kwapong names this piece , meaning "Woman" in the Akan language.