Dehyie Hoops — Light Green by Aketekete at White Label Project

Dehyie Hoops - Light Green

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By the Ghanaian jewelry design brand Aketekete founded by Michael Nana Beyin Gyan and Maria Bernat Astorga in Elmina. 

Introducing Aketekete, where tradition meets jewelry innovations. Inspired by Elmina's ancient festival, we celebrate roots, nature, and culture. Our jewelry workshop is a hub for discerning jewelry buyers seeking unique pieces. Collaborating with creatives, we design modern objects using age-old techniques, supporting artisan communities.

Explore our sublime earrings, elevated by handcrafted Krobo beads. These color-blocked earrings pay homage to the beauty and uniqueness of Ghanaian Recycled Glass Beads. Elevate your style with Aketekete's blend of tradition and jewelry innovations.

/ɔdehyeɛ/ means ’royalty' in twi.

This jewelry piece is handmade and unique, so slight variations may exist in size, color, and shape. Handle with care, glass beads are fragile.

Size: 4.5 cm diameter.

Color variants: Light green, rosé

Material: Recycled glass beads, 24K gold-plated brass.

Gently polish with a soft cloth or with special brass cleaning products to bring back to the bright and soft color.

Delivery within EU 3-5 days. Worldwide within 8-10 days. VAT is included in the price. Deliveries to non-EU countries might come with extra taxes and import duties that the customer must cover.

You can get a full refund for items returned by mail within 30 days of receiving them, excluding shipping costs. No refunds or exchanges are possible after 30 days from receipt.

Meet Aketekete

Aketekete is a newly established design brand based in Ghana, has gained recognition for its signature handmade baskets, bags, and jewelry. The brand operates in close collaboration with local artisan communities throughout the design and production process, emphasizing the use of natural fibers for their bags and baskets, and incorporating recycled and locally sourced beads in their jewelry.

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