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Glass beaded bangle, elegant and flexible

Regular price €30,00
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My clients love this bangle. For a chic or casual look, it combines style and personality. Made from glass beads in South Africa, this bangle will become your special go-to accessory.

Another piece of jewellery from my collection that tells a story. Blending ethic craft and casual/chic style, this bold black and white beaded bangle is the epitomy of the essential accessory, elegant and original.

Do you love original, handmade jewellery ? Crafted by artisans, from glass beads, this african bangle is a jewel in itself, standing out from the crowd.

Delicate glass beads : the fine and dainty glass beads bring a sleek and delicate texture to the bangle.

Strong and bright design : the classic mix of black and radiant white accentuates the elegance of your bangle.

Wide and flexible : The woven beads give flexibility and comfort to the bangle. Its width puts it in the ‘striking’ group of accessories, but at the same time not too ‘out there’.

This wide bangle can be the centrepiece, or even unique piece for your outfit. And the fact that it is an open bangle makes it so easy to put on.

Beads, an ancestral African tradition

Beads have fascinated African craftsmen for thousands of years. In fact the use of beads in Africa goes back more than twelve thousand years. Glass, precious metals, shells, stone, ivory, clay, bone … Any material is used and give the resulting jewellery a meaning, a symbolism. Because for African societies, while jewellery indicates rank and wealth, beads represent real treasure. Just like your bangle, made by hand.

This bangle is made by the Woza Moya workshop, part of the HACT association, an organisation fighting against the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Woza Moya provides income to 350 crafters and beaders affected by HIV.