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Fulani Ethnic jewellery

Fulani Ethnic jewellery

Handed down between women through many generations Fulani Ethnic jewellery

Fulani Ethnic jewellery
The ultimate sign of wealth for many centuries, Fulani Ethnic jewellery handed down between women through many generations. Fulani, known for their striking clothes, and their ponderous gold decorations, is common for women and girls wearing silver coins and amber attached to their braids. Some of these coins are very old and treasured in the family.
Traditionally, the women wear many bracelets on their wrists, necklaces, earrings, nose rings and anklets. In fact, gold rings are a sign of wealth and indicate a certain status. Fancy gold earrings with a bow come in various sizes from small to huge, tied up directly to the ears. Their dimensions indicate the hierarchical position and the solvency of the owner. Fulani women love amber, considering it a stone that brings health, happiness, and love amulet.

Ethnic amber jewellery of Fulani tribal women

Massive amber jewellery of Fulani tribal women

Fulani, or Fula – the people, spread over a vast area in West Africa, from Mauritania, Gambia, Senegal and Guinea in the west to Sudan, Cameroon in the East. Aristocracy appearance, proud posture, noble gestures in expression of feelings, a high level of spirituality. These people created thousands of stories, legends, epics, proverbs and sayings – all in their life is not like the neighboring tribes.

Fulani Ethnic jewellery

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