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Actual snake bones, strung from largest to smallest, on grass fiber. Probably stained to brown color. Age unknown--Probably from Nigeria; widely used in Africa for divination. Coincoin.com

Actual snake bones, strung from largest to smallest, on grass fiber. Probably stained to brown color. Age unknown--Probably from Nigeria; widely used in Africa for divination. Coincoin.com

Africa | A vintage Kitabe necklace from Ethiopia | 59 small kitabe and 2 larger ones. | Leather | These are worn by Coptic Christian Men in Ethiopia; each kitabe contains a prayer, and is considered protective

Africa | A vintage Kitabe necklace from Ethiopia | 59 small kitabe and 2 larger ones. | Leather | These are worn by Coptic Christian Men in Ethiopia; each kitabe contains a prayer, and is considered protective

Buffalo Head Necklace. Djenne People.  Djenné is on the World Heritage list and because of this no modern buildings are allowed, and every house must be made out of mud brick. Location: Mali |   Circa Date: 19th Century	| Dimensions: 5.25" x 3.75" x 1" (buffalo head), 10.25" x 9.25" x 1" | With Stand 16" x 9.25" x 6". See more at londoncoin.com

Djenne is on the World Heritage list and because of this no modern buildings are allowed, and every house must be made out of mud brick.

Africa | Hollow lost wax casting in gold of a spherical bead. | Asante people. Royal Palace, Kumase, Ghana | 19th century (prior to 1874) || {3.17}

Ghana Royal Palace, Kumase, Asante people gold hollow lost-wax cast spherical bead, prior to

Cross Of Agadez Necklace. Tuareg People. Beautifully hand crafted by award winning jeweler Moussa Albaka. This necklace is made with wooden beads, inlaid with silver, copper and the Cross of the Agadez which has been known to symbolize the four corners of the earth. Originally these crosses were passed down from father to son. The father would say to the son, “My son, I give you the four corners of the world, because one can not know where one will die.”  Location: Niger, Africa.

Beautiful hand crafted by award winning jeweler Moussa Albaka. This necklace is made with wooden beads, inlaid with silver, copper and the Cross of the Agadez which has been known to symbolize the four corners of the.

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