Handcrafted African jewellery is very popular due to its beauty and originality. A testament of true craftsmanship, here is a classic piece of contemporary Zulu earrings from Kenya, the pride of Africa.
|Materials||Glass & Plastic Beads|
|Care Description||When cleaning is necessary,simply use a soft cloth|
|Colour||Multi colour Assorted (patterns:A,B,C,D)|
|Brand||Made by local Artisans|
|Origin||Made In Kenya|
What problem it solve?
If you are looking for a personal collection out of the normal crowded items, this is the perfect piece for you. It is unique because it is handmade. Our products are being made giving due respect to our tradition and we ensure the artisans are provided with the fair share for their work.
What makes it different from other products?
All the beadwork is done by hand and practiced the women of the Zulu tribe and from then on the tradition is passed on from mother to daughter or from older sister to sister.
The men and woman of the tribe mainly use the Zulu Beadwork but now it is worn by people from different parts of the world. The Beadwork in general has existed for approximately 10,000 B.C. and it started in Libya. Even though beadwork has existed for that long, fact is, Africa was the first place where civilization first made and wore jewellery made out of Beads.
What it is made of?
Seed beads or rocailles are uniformly shaped, spheroidal beads ranging in size from under a millimetre to several millimetres that are made of plastic and other items. Zulu bead jewellery is not only beautiful but is also rich in tradition and cultural meaning. The handmade bead work is sold to tourist as gifts, and is an important income source for the Zulu people. The beadwork was done by women using needle and thread, and particular colours and styles were favoured by certain groups or in certain areas. Simple ornaments were worn by children as protective charms, but much more elaborate pieces were made by women to give to men they liked, and a young man's popularity could be gauged by the amount of beadwork he wore on festive occasions.
Where is it come from?
The product is from Kenya, the pride of Africa.
How do I use this product?
The ring/circle shaped earring is hanging model and provides an elegant look to your style.
Why should I by this product?
Beyond the normal accessories, this earring is your statement to the world that you are special. It is being designed for those who are looking for ethical fashion. If you are one of the eco-conscious tribe looking for sustainable fashion products, it is a perfect match for you.