Patterned African Beads Earrings

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Patterned African Beads Earrings

  • Biggest Africa Shape is 3.5cm x 3.5cm.
  • Full Drop is 8.5cm
  • Made from wood and acrylic.
  • Different colours to choose from.
  • One side design

*PLEASE NOTE SHADES MIGHT DIFFER FROM PHOTOS

Patterned African Beads Earrings

  • Biggest Africa Shape is 3.5cm x 3.5cm.
  • Full Drop is 8.5cm
  • Made from wood and acrylic.
  • Different colours to choose from.
  • One side design

*PLEASE NOTE SHADES MIGHT DIFFER FROM PHOTOS

Patterned African Beads Earrings

Rebel Jewel Earrings

African, Rasta and Rebel Jewellery Collection By Rebel Jewel.

Rebel Jewel’s jewellery collection, designs, statement and unapologetic fashion is the perfect wear for you to make to stand out and express yourself.

Rebel Jewel Charms

Charms are decorative trinkets (or pendants), which usually has a personal or sentimental meaning. Most charms can be added to jewellery, such as bracelets and necklaces. A lot of handmade bracelets are usually worn with charms.

Charm wearing began as a sort of amulet or talisman to ward off the evil eye, evil spirits, bad luck or misfortune,

During prehistoric times, jewellery charms were made from animal bones, shells and clay. It wasn’t until later on, charms started to be made out of gems, rocks and wood.

There is evidence that shells were worn by Africans over 75,000 years ago.

In Ancient Egypt, charms were used as a form of identification. It’s said they could be used by the Gods to identify a person in the afterlife. They were also symbolic of faith and luck.

Why not create a beautiful necklace with Rebel Jewel’s Bronze Elephant Charms?

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Rebel Jewel. About Me!

My name is Rochelle and welcome to my website and blog.

Rebel Jewel is dedicated to sourcing and creating products that tell a story and are unique. I want you to be able to express your sense of individuality through your fashion, style and swag- and apologetically so.

I prefer to be true to myself, even at the hazard of incurring the ridicule of others, rather than to be false, and to incur my own abhorrence.” – Frederick Douglass

Who am I and what am I about?

  • Proud Jamaican-British-African (It’s a thing). Born in Jamaican, raised in the UK and I am of African heritage.
  • Afro hair warrior. Our natural hair is beautiful and I will promote it and all glory as much as I can, wherever I can.
  • African empowerment. Do I need to explain this one? Study your history.
  • Challenging the status quo. I don’t like being put into boxes unless I put myself in there. I mean we all have to “fit in” somewhere right?…and I certainly don’t like being told who I should or should not be and how I should or not be being. It makes sense to me.
  • Expressing my individuality as much as any person can. It goes without saying. I am me. Not you!
  • Handmade enthusiast. Handcrafted is love. Love is all we need – so they say!
  • Learning and re-learning – somewhere in between I am teaching.
  • Making a statement. With my earrings, fashion, style and beautiful spirit.
  • Women’s rights- call me a feminist if you want to, it does not offend me. I am a woman and I stand by us.

“Maybe it’s easier to conform, to stay in a job I hate to pay bills of the things I don’t even enjoy and marry a man I’m not passionately in love with, whilst surrounded by those who have absolutely no life to their smile but I don’t want easy. I never have. I want a life so f**king grande.
― Nikki Rowe

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