African Bauxite $20 to $40(24 items)
Welcome to the African Bauxite $20 to $40 Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on African Bauxite $20 to $40
Stones are beautiful!
I love these stones, but I have to confess that they are heavier than I can comfortably wear. Im so sad about that. Ive been thinking of putting them on a gold chain as a necklace because the stones are so very pretty.
Lovely but long
These earing are lovely. If you are into stones, as I am, you will enjoy these. One warning for people who don't like long earrings. As much as I like them they are a little out of my comfort zone.
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 African Bauxite $20 to $40
Artisan Crafted Soapstone and Cat's Eye Beaded Earrings, "Ayeyi Nka Boafo"$29.99
From Ghana's Rachel Armah, these artisan crafted earrings exude African elegance. Natural soapstone squares are flanked by dazzling cat's eye beads enhanced to an intense green hue. Armah calls this design "Ayeyi Nka Boafo," an Akan phrase meaning "praises to the helper." Adorned with bauxite beads, the earrings are worn on brass hooks.
Agate and Bauxite Hook Earrings Crafted by Hand, "Nhyira"$27.99
The minimalist design of these earrings features the glossy brown glow of agate, the birthstone of May. Cut like wedges, the enhanced gems are flanked by bauxite beads in handcrafted earrings worn on brass hooks. Rachel Armah calls this design "Nhyira," the Akan word for "blessing."
Handcrafted Bauxite and Soapstone Bead Bracelet from Ghana, "Royal Legacy"$34.99
Beautifully earthy colors combine in this original bracelet from Rachel Armah in Ghana. She strings contrasting bauxite and soapstone beads on nylon cords, completing the design with a button clasp. The artisan calls the bracelet , an Akan word that means "prince" or "princess".
Hand Crafted Natural Soapstone Beaded Hook Earrings, "Aseda Ye"$23.99
Columns of soapstone become earrings of natural elegance in shades of grey and brown. Rachel Armah calls this design "Aseda Ye," an Akan phrase meaning "it is good to be thankful." Adorned with bauxite beads, the handcrafted earrings are worn on brass hooks.