beaded bauxite necklace, made with bauxite beads handmade in Ghana, West Africa
strung in the UK on double nylong cord, it will make a great small gift
the Adinkra pendant is made in ebony wood from Ghana and is about 2 inches diameter. Known as “Ohene aniwa” in the Akan language – the king’s eyes – it means the king has many eyes and nothing is hidden from him. It’s a symbol of vigilance.
I used antique copper-coloured findings
approx 16 inches long
only this one in stock, don’t miss out!
comes with a free excellent cotton bag from Ghana where it is made with cotton grown in the Northern part of the country.
the beads are made from aluminium ore in Ghana – see last photo
* Adinkra symbols among the Akan tribes of Ghana and neighbouring Cote d’Ivoire are used to express traditional beliefs, cultural values and philosophy, among others.