Ethiopian Silver Engagement Pendant Cooper Collection
From the collection of Austin Cooper, whose collection, built over 30 years, contained superb examples of ancient beads, Venetian and other European trade beads, Bodom, Akoso, and Kiffa beads, Jatim and other rare Asian beads.¬† Austin had a superb eye, and Africa Direct is proud to be able to offer his beads, his legacy, many of which are of a quality rarely available today.
The Ethiopian engagement pendant necklace is a traditional piece of jewelry worn by women in Ethiopia as a symbol of their engagement or marriage. The pendant is typically made of silver or gold and is usually in the shape of a cross, with intricate filigree work and embellishments.
The pendant necklace is often given as a gift to the bride-to-be by her fiancé or her family as a sign of their commitment and love. It is worn as a symbol of the couple's union and serves as a constant reminder of their love and devotion to one another.
In Ethiopian culture, jewelry is often seen as a sign of social status, and the engagement pendant necklace is no exception. It is typically worn during special occasions and celebrations, and is often passed down through generations as a cherished family heirloom.
Overall, the Ethiopian engagement pendant necklace is a beautiful and meaningful piece of jewelry that represents love, commitment, and tradition in Ethiopian culture.
Ethiopian beads are handcrafted beads made by skilled artisians in Ethiopia. These beads are known for their unique and beautiful design, which often incorporates traditional Ethiopian motifs and colrs. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and materials including glass, clay, and metal. This particiular piece is a wonderful silver metal engagement pendant on a strand of silver metal ethipoian beads. Experience the beauty and uniqeness of Ehtipian Beads today.¬†