RainAngeniEtsy

Top Quality Indigenous Sweetgrass, Sage, Jewelry, Art+

Phoenix, Arizona 1538 Sales On Etsy since 2015

5 out of 5 stars (325)

RainAngeniEtsy

Top Quality Indigenous Sweetgrass, Sage, Jewelry, Art+

Phoenix, Arizona | 1538 Sales

Rain Angeni

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Rain Angeni

Announcement    ​I'm Rain Angeni, Choctaw for "Spiritual Rebirth"; an artist, musician & cultivator. I offer sweetgrass, Native smoke blends, sage/smudge, teas, jewelry, art & music as inspired by the earth, sea & indigenous tribes. Message me for custom orders.

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Last updated on Oct 21, 2019

​I'm Rain Angeni, Choctaw for "Spiritual Rebirth"; an artist, musician & cultivator. I offer sweetgrass, Native smoke blends, sage/smudge, teas, jewelry, art & music as inspired by the earth, sea & indigenous tribes. Message me for custom orders.

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About RainAngeniEtsy

Sales 1,538
On Etsy since 2015

I am Rain Angeni, an artist, designer & musician. My passion is to uplift my African-Choctaw heritage in my art and original contemporary funky items. Many are one-of-a-kind, so drop by often. I offer art, music, jewelry, smudge, organic teas & seasonings.

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  • Rain Angeni

    Owner, Designer, Maker

    Rain Angeni, an artist, designer & multi-genre producer. She creates music, 3D art & fashion inspired by indigenous tribes. Rain has two Master's Degrees and a PhD in Curriculum Design. She is also a cultivator growing & harvesting her own herbs.

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  • Embroidery

    Boerne, TX

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  • Artisanal Bead Worker

    Nairobi Area, Kenya

    Artisan - Bead Work

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Last updated on Mar 10, 2019
Frequently asked questions
Custom, Specialty Items & The Uniqueness of Handmade Work

ALL CUSTOM ORDERS ARE FINAL - NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES.

Clothing: though your measurements are followed exactly, your body shape may require you to have your garment fit in person by your local tailor/seamstress.

Several hours up to days have gone into producing each item. Do not mistake the uniqueness of the item for imperfections. Hand dyed and sewn items are works of art.