THE KOJO Baiden Adinkra Stud Earrings
THE KOJO Baiden Adinkra Stud Earrings features an eye representing the Omnipresence of God in the universe and cosmos. Kojo Baiden translates to 'rays'. Its rays representing the sun and stars are depicted as the eye's lower lashes or rays of light. This protective symbol embodies the idea that we are all one with the universe, everything is connected, and God sees and knows all things. Adinkra symbols were originally created by the Bono people of Gyaman. They were named after the Gyaman King Nana Kwado Agyemang Adinkra. The symbols were later adopted into the proverbial lexicon of the Ashanti peoples of West Africa.
Available in: Sterling Silver, 18K Gold Vermeil (18K Gold over Sterling Silver), Solid 10K, 14K, 18K, & 24K Gold.
Made with fairly sourced African gold, recycled, and conflict-free fine metals.
Studs measure 9mm x 7mm.
Contact us for custom metals (i.e. solid white gold, and solid rose gold) at firstname.lastname@example.org
All orders are individually and ethically handmade and ship in 3-5 weeks. There may be unanticipated delays. We thank you for your patience at this time.