How to layer MY PEACE of jewelry - African Brass Ring Necklaces


African Brass Rings

These brass rings were used as currency by the Yoruba people of Nigeria, from the late 
1800's to the early 1900's. They were originally braided onto a leather belt, and traded this way.
Each ring is individually made, using the ancient lost wax casting method, and no two rings are exactly alike.

View my video for layering
MY PEACE of jewelry - African Brass Rings

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Me and my brother

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  1. Very talented, the necklaces are beautiful. It was really good to see the video of how you layer the pieces. Happy New Year!

  2. Die Ringe sind wunderschön Zalina. Noch schöner, da sie eine eigene Geschichte besitzen.
    Alles Gute im Neuen Jahr für Dich!

  3. Wonderful jewelry - I love that no two are identical! Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday.

  4. Wonderful! You look beautiful ... love that soft gray with the hint of heather in it ... and of course your necklace is beautiful, especially because it is your creation.
    Isn't it wonderful to touch and wear something so truly old and meaningful? I have some very, very old Roman era bronze rings ... they're so brittle that they're impossible to wear, and completely oxidized. Perhaps I'll figure out a way some day!
    Have a dazzling 2014!
    PS. Who'se the guy? Hmmmm?

    1. Thank you! You should put your bronze rings on chains. It's very easy. The guy is my brother. :) My "little" brother.

  5. Great video, well done and so creative! These two necklaces worn together are so cool. Love the pictures with your brother. You two look like you are have a good time.

    blue hue wonderland

  6. Beautiful necklaces. Thank you for stopping by and Happy New Year!


  7. wieder so schön und kraftvoll! das geschwisterbild ist wundervoll:)
    hab ein tolles jahr 2014!
    das wünscht von herzen birgit


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