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African jewelry’s Facts
African jewelry’s are known for their quality and beauty all over the world. There are many types of African jewelry’s such as pendants, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and other types of tribal African jewelry. Jewelry made from Africana and Africa can be great gifts for men, for women even for children.
Continent of Africa is the birth place of human and mankind civilization. It is also the place where people first wore and made jewelry. In Kenya over 40,000 years ago, beads were made from different materials and most of the time wood and different stones were the main materials. As time moved on Africa, the Africans craftsmen improved and developed their jewelry making techniques and today those products of the most beautiful jewelry in the world. The oldest African jewelry were discovered in 2004, in the place called Blombos cave on the southern tip of South Africa. Those jewelry are estimated at being over 75 500 years old and most of them are pea-sized or mollusk shell beads that had been pierced a long time ago. Throughout history Africans have tended to develop their work and they have started to use different organic materials and other materials that were readily available and suitable in their region to create their jewelry. Africans has used a different materials to make their products. First they started with those materials that they used to find in nature and then as the time moved they started to make different combinations and today they use almost every material for their jewelers. Jewelry may indicate an individual’s power, wealth and of course their standing in the society. The materials that Africans uses today range from sea shells and beads to gold and silver.