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African Earrings Gyawu Atiko Bravery Valor African Jewelry Wooden

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 African Adinkra Atiko Wooden Earrings

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    0.125 lbs
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The African Adinkra symbol is Gyawu Atiko which means valor and bravery. The earring is 1.5 inches long and 2.5 inches wide which is the same both sides. It is a light weight piece and wood. The coin is used for size reference. The earrings is coated for your protection. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at anytime.

Our products are not intended for babies or children as we use small pieces, wires and beads. These can be dangerous to them when unsupervised. We do refund shipping overages. Gift boxes are available for special orders, contact us to include price and message to order. If you need the sizes in cm, mm or in other sizes we will provide that information. The pictures belong to The Blacker The Berry® and shall not be used without consent. All rights reserved. Contact us at for any questions. Please feel free to leave a review and thank you for supporting our small business The Blacker The Berry®.

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