Woman bracelet wide circle with beads of various colors Maasai original unique piece made by hand mod. yellow green

Woman bracelet wide circle with beads of various colors M...

Woman bracelet wide circle with beads of various colors Maasai original unique piece made by hand mod. yellow green
Woman bracelet wide circle with beads of various colors Maasai original unique piece made by hand mod. yellow green
Woman bracelet wide circle with beads of various colors Maasai original unique piece made by hand mod. yellow green
Woman bracelet wide circle with beads of various colors Maasai original unique piece made by hand mod. yellow green
Woman bracelet wide circle with beads of various colors Maasai original unique piece made by hand mod. yellow green
Woman bracelet wide circle with beads of various colors Maasai original unique piece made by hand mod. yellow green
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Bracelet made entirely by hand with natural materials processed according to ancient traditions of the Masai people; original beads make it unique and unmistakable in its genre The bracelet in Maasai culture is an ornament luck beneagurante accompanying the person throughout his life, and even today is created directly on the children's arm at an early age. Each color in the Masai culture has a special meaning: (Samawati) (blue), the color of the sky, a symbol of God; Chanikiwiti (green) represents the vegetation after rain and is synonym... Read more...

Bracelet made entirely by hand with natural materials processed according to ancient traditions of the Masai people; original beads make it unique and unmistakable in its genre The bracelet in Maasai culture is an ornament luck beneagurante accompanying the person throughout his life, and even today is created directly on the children's arm at an early age. Each color in the Masai culture has a special meaning: (Samawati) (blue), the color of the sky, a symbol of God; Chanikiwiti (green) represents the vegetation after rain and is synonymous with peace; Nyeusi (black) represents the rain clouds and is a symbol of life and prosperity. Nyekundu (red) with Nyeupe (white) are the main engine of life: one is the blood of the cow and the other her milk. Rangi ya machungwa (orange), as well as Manjano (yellow) symbolize hospitality
Dimensions approx: 7 cm internal, external 9cm; height 1 cm

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The necklace is beautiful, unusual,

The necklace is beautiful, unusual, and goes with everything!

Necklace in hard stones decorated with a butterfly insert hematite silver closure

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