NORTH, EAST, SOUTH, WEST AFRICA

 

Anklets were worn in Northern Africa, mainly in Egypt, as a feminine type of jwewellery. It is usualy used to show a woman's marital status. Anklets were also gifted to by men as a symbol of love. 

 

Anklets/ Ankle bracelets are also worn all over Africa by cultural dancers whilst they perform. They come in different colours, materials and styles.

Ayo || Gold Curb Anklet

£11.99Price
  • Description

    Stainless Steel Anklet

    • Stainless Steel/ Anti-Tarnish
    • Hypoallergenic and Waterproof
    • Gold Plated Lobster Clasp
    • Choose Your Length
    • Jewellery Box Included

    Pair perfectly with the Faraji Anklet (seen in last pic).

    Please measure correctly the length you need. See below for guidance.

    To measure the correct length for your anklet, please measure an existing anklet you wear, or measure the section around your ankle you would like the anklet to sit and add between 0.3-0.5 inches on top of that length and the anklet should fit well.

    Please note that as this is a bespoke item, a refund, exchange or return cannot be accepted, unless it is damaged.

    SIZE - All care has been taken to measure jewellery accurately, but please allow a few millimetres of error.