ME™ Recycled Glass Odo Nnyew 7-inch Charm Bracelet
Recycling and fashion? Yes, they go together! This beautiful glass bracelet is made from fair trade beads that were handmade in Kenya. The beads are handcrafted from recycled glass that was melted in a kiln.
The charm, Odo Nnyew Fie Kwan, is the symbol of love - the most important characteristic of mankind. It is one of the Adinkra symbols that originate from the Akan people of Ghana, West Africa. Named after King Adinkra in the early 19th century, the Adinkra symbols were designed to carry wisdom from generation to generation. We crafted these symbols of wisdom into fine jewelry that represent the essence of your heritage.
Size: 7 inches (14 mm Beads)
This is a hand-crafted product of passion and skill. It may vary slightly in color and size.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD-Small Parts. Not for Children 12 years and under.
Care: Keep jewelry away from water and moisture. It is strongly recommended that you do not wear your jewelry during activities such as swimming, sports, washing, and periods of excessive sweat. To aid care and safekeeping, a complimentary storage pouch or box is provided with each jewelry purchase. Wipe with a soft cloth after use and return to protective pouch or box. Store jewelry in a cool dry place. Stretch cord necklaces and bracelets should be carefully extended only to the extent necessary to put them on - roll on and roll off.
Assembled in the USA