Silver Adinkra symbol necklace
Beautiful thick and great quality stainless steel silver played Adinkra symbols necklaces. Chain is 18 inches.
Nyame Dua: God’s tree (sacred stump). A symbol of God’s presence and protection
Fawohodie: This symbol is meant to represent the fight for freedom and independence for African people from colonialism and other forms of oppression . Fawohodie is a visual symbol of independence, freedom, and emancipation.
Sankofa: “Go back and get it.” The importance of learning from your past
Ese Ne Tekrema: symbol of friendship and interdependence
Gye Nyame: Gye Nyame means “Except God.” It expresses the omnipotence and supremacy of God in all affairs.
Mmere Dane: Mmere Dane means “time changes”. It is a symbol for the temporariness of good times.
Akoma: Akoma means “heart,” and it is a symbol of love, goodwill, patience, faithfulness, fondness, endurance, and consistency.
Bese Saka, the symbol of the cola nut, is said to represent wealth, power, an abundance of cola nuts, commerce, and trade. In West Africa, cola nuts were a highly prized cash crop. This symbol emphasizes the significance of achieving economic success and the advantages of engaging in trade and commerce.
Nkyinkyim: Nkyinkyim means “twisting.” It is a symbol representing the tortuous nature of life’s journey.
Akofena: 'sword of war', is a popular Adinkra symbol featuring two crossed swords and representing heroism, valor and courage.
Nsoromma, meaning "children of the heavens" or "star," symbolizes the guardianship of God and how he watches over all beings. It is one of the many Adinkra symbols that the Ghanaian people have lived by. The protection of God is constant, like the stars in the universe.
Fihankra is an enclosed or secured compound house. It is a symbol of brotherhood, safety, security, completeness, and solicarity. Communal living among the Akans is the default. “It takes a village to raise a child” is not just figuratively true but literally lived. The underlying concept is that of the common humanity of all mankind.