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This item sold on December 10, 2012.

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They look like painted wooden beads separated by coordinating seed beads. John survived the Rwandan genocide with a bullet in his leg at the age of four. He lives in Uganda and uses all the materials at his disposal to create his art. In this case, it is paper, paint, glue, varnish, and seed beads. Although this necklace is long enough to double, he used a screwing barrel clasp to secure it.

The first pictures depict the turquoise color. Most of the other colors are shown in the last photo. I will list them individually at a later date. For now, I have:

6 -- turquoise
7 -- red
6 -- tangerine
2 -- indigo
1 -- green
2 -- periwinkle

I will update as they sell.

Rwandan Glory Necklace

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, paint, varnish, seed beads, barrel clasp, Faith in God, Prayer, survival, heroism, love, joy, peace, Grace
  • Feedback: 21 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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