Eco Friendly Dangle Earrings from West Africa
?I am glad? that Rita Addo Zakour's "Dziedzorm" earrings are made with recycled beads! These earrings are very well-crafted and the beads are larger than I expected. The earrings hang down more than 2 inches, making a strong and beautiful statement when worn. I love wearing Rita?s earrings with Khun Koy?s Mellow Mint dress, as the colors look amazing together. Thank you, Rita, for my beautiful earrings!
Thank you for these "delicious" earrings. I make my own paper bead jewelry, too. These earrings look so nice with one of my own necklaces. I know the work that goes into making these beads, so I do like to support the artisans who make them. I have had these several years, so there may be a review somewhere already. Pardon the duplication. Many of my reviews got lost.
I love these earings and have received many compliments on them! The quality is very well-done and durable. Beautiful earings all-in-all
"One can never finish discovering what nature has to offer, so from a place of the spirit and with joy, gratitude, and delight I am going deeper with my work in order to share with the world."
Handmade Dangle Earrings of Natural Wood and Recycled Glass, "Xoexe"
Green Beaded Earrings from Africa Fair Trade Jewelry, "Dziedzorm"
Hand Made Purple and Maroon Plastic Dangle Earrings, "Odopa in Plum"
Recycled Glass and Plastic Yellow Dangle Earrings from Ghana, "Yellow Nunana"