Unity & Adinkra Symbol Cuff, with Gold Magnetic Clasp, by Dianne of DQ Designs
Adinkra means "message" in the ancient language of the Akan people of Ghana and Cote' d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) in Africa. For centuries people have worn Adinkra messages on clothing to represent African proverbs, historic events, or life's lessons handed down from the elders. Now you too can choose your message and "Wear the Wisdom of the Elders" with Adinkra jewelry.
Embossed on this leather clay cuff is the word "unity" with the following Adinkra symbol
Gold - Gye Nyame - the Omnipotence of God. African Proverb: No one lives who saw the Creation and no one will live to see the end, Except God.
Black - Aya - fern. endurance and resourcefulness, independence, defiance, and perseverance against difficulties.
Black - Bese Saka - sack of cola nuts. The symbol represents affluence, abundance, and unity.
The bracelet has a magnetic clast, is made from polymer clay making it lightweight fitting comfortably on your wrist.Pair the bracelet with a pair of earrings.
Hand crafted by Dianne Quarles of DQ Designs.