African Silver(57 items)
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Featured Reviews on African Silver
This really is now a cherished Heirloom
Though she was not born in West Africa, my granddaughter (born in Ethiopia) will treasure this for her whole life. She was so thrilled to receive it.
Thank you for this well made gleaming cross. I love it so much that I ordered another one to have for a gift.
Joycelyn Sena Zigah Sterling silver jewelry
"A challenge was working in a male-dominated industry. Coming from a very traditional setup, it was tough as a woman to be taken seriously in the trade by my colleagues, who are mostly men."
Popular African Silver
African Motif Sterling Silver Pendant, "Africa's Treasure"$99.99
Crafted from sterling silver, this pendant showcases two of Africa's many treasures--its wildlife and its culture. The pendant, shaped like the African continent, contains an elephant and a patterned clay pot. Ghana's Joycelyn Sena Zigah designs and crafts the pendant.
Sterling Silver Dangle Earrings, "Prosperity"
By Joycelyn Sena Zigah, these handcrafted earrings depict cowrie shells in gleaming sterling silver. The beautiful shells were once used as money in West Africa, and Ghana's currency — the Cedi — takes its name from the Akan word for "cowrie." "Cowrie is money and should be worn as such — an emblem of prosperity," the Ghanaian designer says.
.925 Sterling silver
Handmade Sterling Silver Cross Pendant, "God is Supreme"$154.99
Ghana's famed symbol emerges in this design by Joycelyn Sena Zigah; its rotating form means, "I fear none except God." Known as an symbol, this image is revered throughout the country. The Ghanaian artisan depicts the West African image on a cross pendant crafted of sterling silver.
.925 Sterling silver
Sterling Silver Earrings of African Continent (2.2 inch), "Africa's Treasure"
Crafted from sterling silver, these dangle earrings showcases two of Africa's many treasures--its wildlife and its culture. The earrings, shaped like the African continent, contain an elephant and a patterned clay pot. Ghana's Joycelyn Sena Zigah designs and crafts the earrings.