Necklace woman Masai ritual necklace with beads, pendants and aluminum shells unique handmade pieces

Necklace woman Masai ritual necklace with beads, pendants...

Necklace woman Masai ritual necklace with beads, pendants and aluminum shells unique handmade pieces
Necklace woman Masai ritual necklace with beads, pendants and aluminum shells unique handmade pieces
Necklace woman Masai ritual necklace with beads, pendants and aluminum shells unique handmade pieces
Necklace woman Masai ritual necklace with beads, pendants and aluminum shells unique handmade pieces
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Necklace largest Masai with aluminum pendants made entirely by hand with natural materials processed according to ancient traditions of the Masai people; original beads (beadwork) and special process make it unique and unmistakable in its genre The Masai necklace in culture is an ornament that distinguishes the person in social life. Is worn not only for a matter of fashion in fact, the color and type of beads indicate age and social status, people with a high social status in the tribe wear elaborate je... Read more...




Necklace largest Masai with aluminum pendants made entirely by hand with natural materials processed according to ancient traditions of the Masai people; original beads (beadwork) and special process make it unique and unmistakable in its genre The Masai necklace in culture is an ornament that distinguishes the person in social life. Is worn not only for a matter of fashion in fact, the color and type of beads indicate age and social status, people with a high social status in the tribe wear elaborate jewelry, with more colors in the traditional tribal ornaments and especially necklaces are worn by women during the dance to accentuate their movement with grace and flexibility and to facilitate the search for a husband Every 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. Nyekund (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 the hospitality wear colorful necklaces creating lively and original combinations it is a way to treat yourself to a special light and get ready to absorb all the energy of nature, sea and sun




Necklace largest Masai with aluminum pendants made entirely by hand with natural materials processed according to ancient traditions of the Masai people; original beads (beadwork) and special process make it unique and unmistakable in its genre The Masai necklace in culture is an ornament that distinguishes the person in social life. Is worn not only for a matter of fashion in fact, the color and type of beads indicate age and social status, people with a high social status in the tribe wear elaborate jewelry, with more colors in the traditional tribal ornaments and especially necklaces are worn by women during the dance to accentuate their movement with grace and flexibility and to facilitate the search for a husband Every 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. Nyekund (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 the hospitality wear colorful necklaces creating lively and original combinations it is a way to treat yourself to a special light and get ready to absorb all the energy of nature, sea and sun



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MARY W.

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

Necklace woman Masai ritual necklace with beads, pendants and aluminum shells unique handmade pieces

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