SEIWA AKOTO Collection
Dope African Inspired Accessories
SEIWA AKOTO Collection
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Snapshot of half of the setup. Summertime Pop-Up shop at Pop Espaces. Montreal,QC.
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Our wood Adinkra Duafe (d-wea-fe) earrings, a Seiwa Akoto collection exclusive, celebrating Feminity, Beauty & Cleanliness
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‘Dwennemmen' (Jwe-ne-mmehn) Adinkra symbol translates to 'Ram's Horns in the Asante language but is the symbol of strength and humility.
The ram will fight fiercely against an adversary, but it also submits humbly to slaughter, emphasizing that even the strong need to be humble.
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A NATURAL AFFHAIR

Dwennemmen Earrings by The SEIWA AKOTO Collection
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fobilai:

Bring your Afro Sexy Back in these Gorgeous Adinkra Duafe earrings by the SEIWA AKOTO Collection
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Jewelry box ♥
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wellhellolovely:

Combs
Both of from the early 1900s.
Left is wood and pigment, the unknown artist is of Fante heritage, from Ghana.
Right is wood, the unknown artist is of Luba heritage, from the DRC.
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It’s rainning Studs from the SEIWA AKOTO COLLECTION
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Sankofa de3 yenkyi
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Iknowlee + Seiwa Akoto = Tribal chic
Iknowlee + Seiwa Akoto = Tribal chic
Iknowlee + Seiwa Akoto = Tribal chic
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ellekasaartography:

A NATURAL AFFHAIR
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ellekasaartography:

A NATURAL AFFHAIR
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Lady in Red + Kuba Sade studs
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Azonto Forever!!