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Adiaha Eyo

Plentiful - Ghanian Krobo beads

Regular price $32.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $32.00 USD
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Meet Plentiful.

She is made out of Krobo beads from Ghana. The Ashanti and the Krobo tribes use to make these beads in the nineteen century. Krobo beads are created from powder glass that comes from ground glass. These are basically made from recycled and reused scrap glasses or broken glass bottles.

When a girl becomes of age among the Krobo people, the glass beads are worn around her waist, neck, and wrists. The beads worn on the neck are used to communicate her family affluence, wealth, and clan to her potential suitors

Find Your Bracelet Size

Measure your wrist to determine bracelet size. Size up for a looser fit.

To Find Your Bracelet Size:

1. Measure wrist with a piece of paper.

2. Mark you size with a pen.

3. Use ruler to measure the length.

4. Round up to next inch.

Care Instructions

​Apply products such as makeup, perfumes, hairspray, lotions, petroleum jelly, or oils before wearing your Adiaha Eyo jewelry.


Remove your Adiaha Eyo jewelry before engaging in any indoor/outdoor sports, doing household/outdoor chores, swimming or showering. Water and abrasive chemicals can damage precious stones.


Store each piece separately in a cool dry place. Necklaces are best stored by hanging them. Bracelets should be stored on a jewelry stand or in your Adiaha Eyo pouch.


To clean your precious gemstone jewelry wipe it with a clean, soft, damp cloth after wearing. This will enhance the luster and assure that your jewelry is clean before being stored. Do not use jewelry cleaner on gemstones.