Below you can see a few pendants which are based on Adinkra symbols. African symbols known as adinkra are ubiquitous in Ghana. These symbols were used to communicate evocative messages that represent parts of their life and history. On cloth and walls, in pottery and logos, these Asante tribe symbols can be found everywhere. There are many different symbols, all have unique looks and meanings. 



"Fern" (endurance, resourcefulness)


Thick pendant attached to jasseron necklace.

Chain length: 45 cm.

Widht: 3 mm.

Size pendant: 4,5 cm/1,8 cm.

Approx weight: 22 gram.



Hye won Hye

"That which cannot be burnt"  (imperishability, endurance)


Pendant attached to jasseron necklace.

Chain length: 45 cm.

Width: 3 mm.

Size pendant: 5 cm/5,2 cm.

Approx weight: 24 gram.




"Return and get it" (the importance to learn from the past)


Extra thick pendant, attached to jasseron necklace.

Chain length: 50 cm.

Width: 3 mm.

Size pendant: 5 cm/4 cm.

Approx weight: 32 gram.


 Nyame Dua

"Tree of God" (God's protection and presence)


Sparkling, rough textured pendant with seperate singapore necklace (twisted, double link).

Chain length: 45 cm.

Size pendant: 5 cm/5 cm.

Approx weight: 14 gram.



African dance mask


Pendant with seperate venetian link necklace. Both oxidized and partly polished to create an authentic look.                                                                                                                                                                               

Chain length: 80 cm. Width: 1,5 cm.

Size pendant: 7,5 cm/2,5 cm.

Approx weight: 28 gram.




Hollowed large size pendant with snake-necklace. Both oxidized and partly polished, to create an authentic look.

Chain length: 60 cm.

Size pendant: 7,8 cm/1,8 cm.

Approx weight: 48 gram.





Pendant with blind eye. Necklace shown is optional. Can be worn with short or long necklace or either a leather lace.

Size pendant: 8 cm/4 cm.

Approx weight: 14 gram.