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Kijani sunnycords

Kijani Sunnycord handmade in Kenya with green glass beads, attached to sunglasses.
Model wearing Kijani Sunnycord, attached to her sunglasses.
Maasai woman holding up her handmade Maua Sunnycord in Kenya.
Woman working on her handmade Maua Sunnycord in Kenya.

By buying one of the Sunnycords® of the Karibu collection you are supporting Maasai communities in Kenya. Salomne is a Maasai lady and has hand beaded your Sunnycord® according to age old Maasai tradition. Beaded jewelry is worn by men and women for beauty but also to signify social status.

Beading is something men don’t do in Maasai tradition, so with your purchase you are directly empowering the Maasai women in Kenya!

In Maasai tradition beaded jewelry is worn for beauty but also to signify social status.

The colors that are used are symbolic and have important meanings understood by the tribe.

The Kijani Sunnycord® is made of green glass beads. Green symbolizes health and land. Cattle graze on the green grass of the land. Kijani means green in Swahili. 

Kijani Sunnycord handmade in Kenya with green glass beads, attached to sunglasses.
Model wearing Kijani Sunnycord, attached to her sunglasses.
Maasai woman holding up her handmade Maua Sunnycord in Kenya.
Woman working on her handmade Maua Sunnycord in Kenya.