by sharon Harris.
I’m crazy about African Kazuri Beads and take every opportunity to use them in my jewelry. There is an endless variety available and they are completely handmade made in Kenya under an International Fair Trade Agreement that provides decent wages and working conditions for women supporting impoverished families.
If you haven’t experienced the joy of using Kazuri Beads, I encourage you to try them. I’m thrilled every time I finish a Kazuri piece.
These beads are fantastic. I am sure the colors are even more vibrant up close and personal. Thanks for sharing these with us.
by: Neena Shilvock
where do you get these from, they are simply beautiful, i love the necklace
These are gorgeous. The colors are simply beautiful!
Finding Kazuri Beads
by: Sharon Harris
Neena, Just put Kazuri Beads in to Google and you’ll get sources. There are several “official” dealers who sell on-line. I use Antelope Beads quite a lot and several others too.
Colorful Africa Captured in a Necklace NEW
Utterly gorgeous, Sharon! Really a feast for the eyes, especially with the colorful pot you’ve chosen for posing this necklace.
Your posts are always a visual treat, as this stunning example shows! I just keep looking at this photo and thinking, “Wow!”