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A simple West African bead necklace, made from recycled glass. Crushed glass is melted and re-formed, then fired in ceramic molds in mud ovens. Ghana, home to the largest bead market in West Africa, is world-famous for its traditional beads, historically used in weddings, puberty rites and decoration for chiefs and queen mothers. Ele Agbe, in Accra, Ghana, uses recycled glass and other materials to create beautiful, high-quality beads.
Ele Agbe Company Limited
Founded in Ghana in 1996, Ele Agbe Company has made its name in ornamental beads, original jewelry designs and handmade home decor. In 1999, Ele Agbe added handcrafted shea butter cosmetics to its product line and began exporting worldwide.
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