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    Multi Strand Chevron Bead Necklace

    $225.00

    Handmade from glass and chevron beads.  Fastened by striking conical bronze collars near the double hook clasp.

    Dimension: 20″L x 2.5″W

     


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    Berry Necklace

    $72.00

  • Knotted Beads Berry Necklace

    Knotted Beads Necklace

    $75.00

    This arresting multi-strand Krobo recycled glass beads necklace showcases the beauty achieved by utilizing a simple design with a bold color.

    Dimension:
    Closed:11″L x 3″W
    Open: 22″L x 1.5″W


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    Midnight

    $69.00

    Beads form an integral part of the Ghanaian culture; worn to celebrate many occasions among them the celebration of a new birth, adolescence, mourning the dead or to inquire answers from the ancestors, it is at once mythical and also for adornment.  The material used vary. Some of the common materials used but not restricted to are: stone, bone, glass, clay, rock, plastic, coconut shells, sea shells, brass, seeds or wood.

    This necklace is handmade with strands of cotton threads, interspersed with recycled glass beads and fastened with a hook and eye lost wax bronze.


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    Sunset

    $69.00

    Beads form an integral part of the Ghanaian culture; worn to celebrate many occasions among them the celebration of a new birth, adolescence, mourning the dead or to inquire answers from the ancestors, it is at once mythical and also for adornment.  The material used vary. Some of the common materials used but not restricted to are: stone, bone, glass, clay, rock, plastic, coconut shells, sea shells, brass, seeds or wood.

    This necklace is handmade with strands of cotton threads, interspersed with recycled glass beads and fastened with a hook and eye lost wax bronze.


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    Crocheted Bead Necklace

    $39.00

    Beads form an integral part of the Ghanaian culture; worn to celebrate many occasions among them the celebration of a new birth, adolescence, mourning the dead or to inquire answers from the ancestors, it is at once mythical and also for adornment.  The material used vary. Some of the common materials used but not restricted to are: stone, bone, glass, clay, rock, plastic, coconut shells, sea shells, brass, seeds or wood.


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    Crocheted Bead Necklace

    $39.00

    Beads form an integral part of the Ghanaian culture; worn to celebrate many occasions among them the celebration of a new birth, adolescence, mourning the dead or to inquire answers from the ancestors, it is at once mythical and also for adornment.  The material used vary. Some of the common materials used but not restricted to are: stone, bone, glass, clay, rock, plastic, coconut shells, sea shells, brass, seeds or wood.


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    Multi Strand Bead Necklace

    $59.00

    Beads form an integral part of the Ghanaian culture; worn to celebrate many occasions among them the celebration of a new birth, adolescence, mourning the dead or to inquire answers from the ancestors, it is at once mythical and also for adornment.  The material used vary. Some of the common materials used but not restricted to are: stone, bone, glass, clay, rock, plastic, coconut shells, sea shells, brass, seeds or wood.


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    Multi Strand Bead Necklace

    $59.00

    Beads form an integral part of the Ghanaian culture; worn to celebrate many occasions among them the celebration of a new birth, adolescence, mourning the dead or to inquire answers from the ancestors, it is at once mythical and also for adornment.  The material used vary. Some of the common materials used but not restricted to are: stone, bone, glass, clay, rock, plastic, coconut shells, sea shells, brass, seeds or wood.


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    Multi Strand Bead Necklace

    $59.00

    Beads form an integral part of the Ghanaian culture; worn to celebrate many occasions among them the celebration of a new birth, adolescence, mourning the dead or to inquire answers from the ancestors, it is at once mythical and also for adornment.  The material used vary. Some of the common materials used but not restricted to are: stone, bone, glass, clay, rock, plastic, coconut shells, sea shells, brass, seeds or wood.