DISCOVER THE ALLURE OF AFRICAN INSPIRED JEWELLERY
Outstanding facts about African jewellery you wouldn’t find elsewhere now revealed. Be emmersed by the allure of African-inspired jewellery. Find out what makes our handmade jewellery truly unique. So, let me take you onto a journey of embracing true elegance. In fact, the essence of cultural diversity is recognizing the power crafted acessories carries.
If ever in doubt, I would like you to pay attention to the sense of empowerment you experience. Especially whenever you wear African jewellery.
Now, I want to help develop your knowledge about the facts of African jewellery, culture and fashion. To do this, I have curated a list of informative research articles on the subject of African fashion. These articles are written by renowned authors around the world.
RELEVANT ONLINE JOURNALS ABOUT AFRICAN TRADITIONAL FASHION AND JEWELLERY: FIVE READINGS
Read relevant online journals reveal the facts about African jewellery, tradtional fashion and culture. Here are my best five readings and online links to check out. These sources do not only educate about tradtional fashion and jewellery, but alos explain what makes them unique :
1. “African Fashion, Global Style: Histories, Innovations, and Ideas You Can Wear”
by Victoria L. Rovine.
This book explores the historical and cultural significance of African fashion, including traditional garments and jewellery. Available on ResearchGate.
Access the free PDF copy by clickingn this link. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/282894828_African_Fashion_Global_Style_Histories_Innovations_and_Ideas_You_Can_Wear_Rovine
2. “African Textiles Today”
by Chris Spring.
Although not solely focused on the facts of African jewellery, this book examines the diverse range of textiles and clothing traditions across Africa, which often involve intricate beadwork and adornments. Available on Amazon
Click here to purchase the book
3. “African Beads: Jewels of a Continent” by Evelyn Simak and Carl Dreibelbis. This publication delves into the history and significance of beads in African cultures, showcasing their use in jewellery, adornments, and cultural practices. Available on Amazon:
Also available here. Buy from African Direct
4. Journal article: “African Traditional Jewellery: Celebrating Cultural Expressions” by Kofi Quan-Baffour. This article, published in the Journal of Social Sciences, examines the symbolism and cultural importance of African traditional jewellery in various ethnic groups. Accessible online: https://www.researchgate.net\/publication/323310629_African_Traditional_Jewelry_Celebrating_Cultural_Expressions
5. Website: The African Heritage House.
This website features articles and resources on African fashion and jewellery, showcasing the diverse traditions, materials, and styles from different African countries. Click this link to read about the African Heritage House.
These readings and online links provide valuable insights into the world of African traditional fashion and jewellery. It will allow you to delve deeper into the cultural significance and beauty of the African jewellery and fashion art forms.
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