Birthstone Earrings from West Africa(31 items)
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Unique , very artistic
I love the combination of colors and shapes. I have lots of earrings but none like these which get many compliments for their uniqueness. The craftsmanship is excellent.
Your earrings touch my soul!
Ms. Rachel Your earrings are absolutely unique. They are beautiful and I pray that you ever stop your craft. You are loved. Respectfully, Prudence Nelson
Rachel Armah Beaded jewelry
"I am a single mother of two daughters and due to the hardships I have faced as a single mother, I have done all I can to support my girls through petty trading and teaching."
Popular Birthstone Earrings from West Africa
Purple Agate and Soapstone Beaded Earrings from Ghana, "Oboafo Ye Na"$29.99
Glossy purple creates a striking contrast with natural soapstone in earrings from Ghana's Rachel Armah. She crafts the earrings by hand with enhanced agate, and adds miniscule bauxite beads. Armah call this design "Oboafo Ye Na" an Akan phrase meaning "a good person is hard to find." The earrings are worn on brass hooks.
Agate and Bauxite Hook Earrings Crafted by Hand, "Nhyira"$23.99
The minimalist design of these earrings features the glossy brown glow of agate, the birthstone of May. Cut like wedges, the enhanced gems are flanked by bauxite beads in handcrafted earrings worn on brass hooks. Rachel Armah calls this design "Nhyira," the Akan word for "blessing."
Handcrafted African Agate and Soapstone Earrings, "Star of the Morning"$29.99
Rachel Armah selects sleek bright enhanced agates to evoke a radiant star. Crowning soapstone crescents, the gems grace handcrafted earrings. The Ghanaian artisan adds diminutive bauxite beads and names her earrings an Akan phrase meaning "morning star."