Bauxite Necklaces(31 items)
Welcome to our Bauxite Necklace Collection, each piece crafted by NOVICA artisans who carry on ancestral traditions in contemporary designs.
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 Bauxite Necklaces
Horn Pendant on Tiger's Eye Soapstone Beaded Necklace, "Ahemaa Tumi"
From Ghana's Rachel Armah, this beaded necklace exudes African elegance. Centered by a black bull horn pendant, the artisan crafted necklace features natural soapstone beads alternating with tiger's eye. Bauxite beads shape the clasp. Armah call this design "Ahemaa Tumi," an Akan phrase meaning "the queens authority."
Artisan Crafted Bead Necklace with Soapstone and Bauxite, "Nkyia"
The earthy variegation of natural soapstone brings an eclectic, artsy vibe to this necklace from Ghana's Rachel Armah. She strings small beads of bauxite and larger round and rectangular soapstone beads on nylon cord in her original design. The artisan names her creation , which translates to "greetings" in the Akan language.
Artisan Crafted Necklace Ghana Beaded Jewelry, "Nene"
Ghana's Elizabeth Alorchie-Apetor creates the regal design of this necklace, which she appropriately names "Nene." Meaning "empress" in Ewe, the necklace is crafted with a warm palette of colors. Alorchie-Apetor threads the ceramic and bauxite beads by hand, featuring larger glazed beads for a harmonious contrast. The necklace fastens with a brass hook.
African Beaded Long Necklace with Soapstone and Bauxite, "Ahenfo Tumi"
A rich mix of earthy hues make this long beaded necklace intriguing. Artisan Rachel Armah of Ghana crafts the necklace by hand from variegated soapstone and bauxite beads, and adds a smooth round pendant of bull horn. She names it , which means "king's authority" in the Akan dialect. The necklace can be worn as a single long strand or doubled up as desired.