Nyami Nyami is getting a whole lot of press. The amount of people searching for Nyami Nyami pendants in silver is increasing. I have tried to figure out why. Perhaps after the world cup soccer in South Africa more people have found out about this extraordinary myth. After Bungee jumping at Vic Falls . . . → Read More: Nyami Nyami
Great Runic Jewelry and gifts.
The Runes are thought to have originated with the Vikings – who left these symbols at the places they plundered.
They predate Christianity and were used by people who need to write stuff down – recipes, spells, amongst others. Most of the knowledge and history of the rune . . . → Read More: Rune Jewelry and Oracle Rings
Since finding out about black diamonds as a young jeweller, I have been fascinated. “Is there really such a thing as a “black diamond”?” I asked my master goldsmith. Yes, he repiled, they use them for making sandpaper and diamond tip tools.”You mean they crush them up?” I asked. I was surprised and a . . . → Read More: Black Diamonds and Titanium Rings
I see that titanium rings from China and from some websites are really cheap? Why then are some sites so expensive?
A common question from my customers – Rings from China are really inexpensive – and they are great quality titanium wedding rings.
The reason they are so cheap is the quantities you . . . → Read More: Why is titanium jewellery so expensive?
African Gold is giving a free Vuvuzela charm away with every purchase over US$150.
Sterling silver vuvuzela charm
You read correctly.
Wane Skews of Africangold says he will give a free sterling silver Vuvuzela charm with every order over R900 or US$120
Like it or not the Vuvuzela has become an icon of . . . → Read More: Free Vuvuzela charms
africangold.co.za today launched the first in it series of shopping portals.
“Our web site is great as a catalogue – but does not make the buying process easy” said Wayne Skews of African Gold. “We decided to open a series of online shopping site in niche markets – each with it’s own shopping cart . . . → Read More: African Gold Launches New Shopping Sites
AKUA’BA – AKUA’S CHILD – see africa5 jewellery
Ashante (Ashanti) Ghana
Originally these statues are said to have represented the Moon Goddess – NYAME.
According to legend (2) a woman named AKUA became pregnant and had a beautiful daughter by carrying this figure.
Until recently many AKAN women carried the figure to induce fertility . . . → Read More: AKUA’BA – AKUA’S CHILD
history behind the Nyami Nyami snake from Zimbabwe . . . → Read More: Nyami Nyami – River God from Zimbabwe