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Tiger's eye beaded necklace, 'Ahemaa Tumi' - Horn Pendant on Tiger's Eye Soapstone Beaded Necklace Curate

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Ahemaa Tumi Horn Pendant on Tiger's Eye Soapstone Beaded Necklace

From Ghana's Rachel Armah, this beaded necklace exudes African elegance.... more

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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."

  • 0.15 kgs
  • 0.3 lbs
  • Necklace: 51 cm L x 2 cm W
  • Necklace: 20" L x 0.8" W
  • Pendant: 5 cm L x 4.5 cm W
  • Pendant: 2" L x 1.8" W

  • Soapstone, tiger's eye bull horn and bauxite on nylon
  • Toggle clasp
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? Yes
  • Made in Ghana.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in West Africa

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3 Testimonials for Rachel Armah

Zach

Hello Rachel! Thank you for the lovely earrings. My mother loves them! Best regards, Zach

Jon

Wow! You really have some talent to make some beautiful objects! You seem like a lovable person and we feel that love through your wonderfully crafted objects! I’m really happy with my purchase thank you :)

Geneve

The necklace is beautiful. I receive many compliments and inquiries as to where the necklace came from.
 
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