ethnic jewels

An appreciation of ethnic jewellery and adornment

Lets face it. Everything gets used in a society that has very little whereas in a developed country we simply go out and buy another when something decideds ...

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Comment by Julianna Lindsey on August 1, 2014 at 1:11

Great video!  I knew Cedi well when I lived in Ghana - he is recognized as one of the master beadmakers in Ghana (and most well-known Ghanaian beadmaker outside Ghana).  He has also learned the art of making chevron beads from Art Seymour and now makes his own Ghanaian version of chevron beads.  Definitely worth a visit to his workshop if you are in Ghana.

Comment by ingrid Langerak on March 11, 2014 at 15:34

what an enjoyable report about glass bead making in Ghana. So much work and skill involved. How does this work pay???? My respect for handicrafts grow and grow!. Thank you Sarah for placing this video.


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