jewelry - womens - necklaces - eco friendly - 20 to 22 inches - west africa
I love this necklace. I spent a month in Rwanda and Uganda with a 2015 CNN Hero of the Year nominee I am helping to write his autobiography. Being a male, we never got close to jewelry. I fell in love with Rwanda and the traditional tribal dresses and skirts. I also craved jewelry. I have my beautiful necklace on right now. It's beautiful. I love everything about Africa and always have. Now that I've been in two of the countries, my necklace means even more.
These two statement pieces are so well-made. They arrived very quickly and each was packaged in a lovely cloth gift bag with a note to describe the items and the inspiration for the artist. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful jewellery!
Thank you dear Mr. Ila Suleyman for the love and passion you put into your work, making this beautiful necklace. It is of quality and has a very nice style. It will be cherished. We are sending you good wishes for your health and well being. The wrapping presentation was indeed an asset and an embellishment to receiving your work. Very nice indeed. All the best ! This item is highly recommended.
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