Amahle - Beaded Bracelet
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Amahle means the beautiful ones in Zulu - and this beaded bracelet is just that: beautiful.
Beaded by Zulu women in South Africa, the Amahle beaded bracelets look quite elegant and chic. Wearing just one bracelet around your wrist will already uplift your outfit.
The Blue / Green / Yellow bracelets represent the colors of the Tanzanian flag and were made by Maasai in Tanzania.
Good to know:
The Zulu are a Bantu ethnic group of Southern Africa and the largest ethnic group in South Africa. If you look closely you will notice that the predominant shape used by the Zulu in their bead jewelry is the triangle.
Please note: the light & dark green bracelet ropes are a different design and don't have any triangles.
The meaning of colors used for the Amahle Beaded Bracelet:
- green - contentment, bliss
- blue - faithfulness
- red - strong emotion
- black - marriage
- white - love
- yellow - wealth
- pink - adds emphasis to a promise