Recycled Glass Bead Earrings(38 items)
Featured Reviews on Recycled Glass Bead Earrings
WOW! Very unique
More than I expected--colors are perfect--earth tones with deep red and aqua/blue. Materials are quite unique and I can value all the patience and love in these earrings--special detail in the teeny etching of wooden-like material between the beads. I am 51 and an older lady, very particular in my likes--these earrings are so lightweight and unique. You are a true artist, young lady, and I wish you lots of blessings. I will follow your work especially, and hope to purchase another special gift from you. I am so glad I was able to purchase these. Paulette
Absolutely Love My New Earrings
The right size/length...professionally made and excellent quality materials...I will be back for more of your creations.
Rita Addo Zakour Wood carvings and beaded jewelry
"I do my designing with African concepts in mind."
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Popular Recycled Glass Bead Earrings
Red Cotton and Recycled Glass Beaded Fabric Earrings, "Red Kaklo"$14.99
Working with printed red cotton fabric, Ghanaian artisans hand-coil these dangle earrings, which are accented by beads of recycled glass. Lydia Mawuenya Amedzrator creates these dangle earrings, which swing from brass hooks. These earrings are named which means "round" in the Ga language.
Black Recycled Glass and Plastic Bead Dangle Earrings, "Renewed Fervor"$23.99
What once held water and soda now has a new life in this sophisticated pair of dangle earrings made from recycled glass and recycled plastic beads. Eva Asantewa Amakye of Ghana presents these earrings that feature clusters of small black beads below a larger, round, matte-finish black bead, topped by a faceted black bead. The artisan assembles the beads on brass hooks.
Printed Cotton and Recycled Glass Beaded Fabric Earrings, "Mawuena Elegance"$19.99
Made of cotton fabric, two elegant half-circles display printed African motifs in hues of red, yellow and white. Lydia Mawuenya Amedzrator designs these Ghanaian dangle earrings, which are beaded with recycled glass. This accessory is named which means "God's gift" in the Ewe language.