Pangani

Traditional Circles Pendant

Masai Tribe

This necklace is inspired by Masai robes and culture, an ethnic group that inhabits the regions of Kenya and northern Tanzania. Due to their traditions and living in the vicinity of the East African game parks, they are one of the most well-known African ethnic groups in the world. Culturally, the Masai's official colour is red, and they are distinguished from other tribes by always wearing some red garment. It is a patriarchal society with the elders deciding on most issues for each Masai group. Always searching for green pastures to feed their herds, they have been touring Kenya and Tanzania for five hundred years. With their fearless warriors, they dominated the territory and prevented the colonial domination of the missionaries and the English about the traditions and customs of traditional society. Its exuberance and its clothes were the inspiration for this circular pendant, complemented by simple metallic beads in cotton yarn, which together make a simple and elegant piece.

Necklace

Item Description

Pendant

Type - Traditional Circles Pendant

Inspiration - Africa

Material - polymer composite with high percentage of spent coffee grounds

The piece features marks and patterns characteristic of this material

Necklace

Material - Cotton Wire

Colour - 

Code 14 01 001- Navy Blue

Code 14 01 002- Burgundy Color

Code 14 01 003- Mustard yellow

Style - Multifilament

Accessories - Beads and metallic clasp

Measure - 50 cm

Handmade item

Code 14 01 001 - Navy Blue

Code 14 01 002 - Burgundy Color

Code 14 01 003 - Mustard Yellow

Earrings

Code 14 01 200 

Item Description

Earrings

Type - Traditional Circles Pendant

Inspiration - Africa

Material - polymer composite with high percentage of spent coffee grounds

The piece features marks and patterns characteristic of this material

Fixation

Material - Stainless steel (antiallergic)

Stile - Hook earrings

Handmade item

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References:

www.ecured.cu/Tribu_Masai

www.kenya-information-guide.com/maasai-tribe.html

www.maasai-association.org/maasai.html

www.afreaka.com.br/nacao-maasai/

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