Embrace our Asante beaded gold necklace, a favored accessory of the Asante royal families, often worn during grand celebrations. Bask in the artistic intricacies of the handcrafted designs, with abstract and figurative patterns that reflect the cultural heritage of the Asante people.
Dating back to gold dust trades, the geometric motifs were originally used as weighing measures.
Inherit a slice of Ghana's vibrant past, a country once known as the Gold Coast due to its abundance of precious metal. A necklace curated from the collection of pieces from the Penn Museum.
Materials: pewter beads with antique gold finish, ceramic black and white beads, black glass saucer beads Length: 18 inches
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