Adinkra Symbol Sterling Silver and Cubic Zirconia Pendant, "Cola Nut"
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The Bese Saka symbol centers a pendant by David Apim-Tetteh. Known as an adinkra symbol, this image depicts a sack of cola nuts, an important cash crop in Ghana. It symbolizes power, abundance and affluence, and represents both trade and agriculture as a means of uniting different tribes. The Ghanaian artisan depicts the West African image in a sterling silver pendant, surrounded by sparkling cubic zirconia.