Adinkra Dwennimmen Bangle
Adinkra, originally the name of a king, which is now the name of symbols that appear on cloths made in West Africa used in ceremony such as weddings and funerals. They can express ideas, thoughts, beliefs, and feelings.
The Dwennimmen symbol literally means "ram's horns". The image is a bird's eye view of two ram's butting heads. This is a reflection of our removal from our homelands, enslavement, and the continued fight for freedom. Both the fight and the submission are represented by this symbol.
• Adjustable bangle from 2.5 in to 3.25 in.
* This charm is mirrored
• Dwennimmen charm - 1" x 1" (size of a quarter)
• Mini charms - Africa, Made with love - 0.41" x 0.51"
• Stainless steel bangle.
• Ships to U.S. and international.
50 in stock