A collection of modern African Glass beads, made in the Krobo region of Ghana, West Africa

A collection of modern African Glass beads, made in the Krobo region of Ghana, West Africa -- ummm helloooo Arts of Africa class!

Fios de contas - Oxum, Exu, Oxossi, Ogum, Xangô, Yemanjá, Logunedé...

Fios de contas - Oxum, Exu, Oxossi, Ogum, Xangô, Yemanjá, Logunedé...

"Ogun Oggun" This piece is a one of a kind, inspired by Baba Ogun. The one who clears our path . . .  Available for purchase at BeadZoneJewelry.com

"Ogun Oggun" This piece is a one of a kind, inspired by Baba Ogun. The one who clears our path .

Chicote de Ogun #ogunhe #ogun #candomble #ase #orisa #nkissi #ileke #umbanda #religiaoafro #africanidade #santo #ase #chicote Visite nossa página no Facebook https://www.facebook.com/chicotes.arte.micangas/

Chicote de Ogun #ogunhe #ogun #candomble #ase #orisa #nkissi #ileke #umbanda #religiaoafro #africanidade #santo #ase #chicote Visite nossa página no Facebook https://www.facebook.com/chicotes.arte.micangas/

"Báyànni gìdigìdi , Báyànni olà Báyànni gidigidi , Báyànni olà..." #kaokabiesile #kaokabecile #kaôxangô #opanijékaô #xango #xangô #sango #saojoaobatista #saojeronimo #xangomenino #agodo #ayra  #chicote #candomble #ase #orisa #nkissi #ileke #umbanda #religiaoafro #africanidade #santo  #ase #chicote Visite nossa página no Facebook https://www.facebook.com/chicotes.arte.micangas/

"Báyànni gìdigìdi , Báyànni olà Báyànni gidigidi , Báyànni olà..." #kaokabiesile #kaokabecile #kaôxangô #opanijékaô #xango #xangô #sango #saojoaobatista #saojeronimo #xangomenino #agodo #ayra #chicote #candomble #ase #orisa #nkissi #ileke #umbanda #religiaoafro #africanidade #santo #ase #chicote Visite nossa página no Facebook https://www.facebook.com/chicotes.arte.micangas/

eleke-Chango

Chango's eleke is made with alternating red and white beads. This eleke for Chango uses elaborate alternating patterns and cowrie shells for decoration.

Ceremonial fan for Oshun Date: Early 20th century Location: Not on display Century: 20th Century AD Media: Cloth, Beads, And Cowrie Shells Dimensions: 22 1/4 x 14 1/2 (56.5 x 36.8 cm) Department: Africa, Oceania, and the Americas Object Type: Costume Country: Nigeria Continent: Africa Culture/People: Yoruba People

Ceremonial fan for Oshun by Early century. A work from the collections of the de Young and Legion of Honor museums of San Francisco, CA.

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