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ZEE AFRICAN BRAIDS SPECIALS ON BOX BRAIDS/SENEGALESE TWIST
$200.00
Ontario
ZEE AFRICAN BRAIDS SPECIALS ON BOX BRAIDS/SENEGALESE TWIST Box Braids ...$200 & Up With hair Singles.. $200 & Up With Hair Individuals...$200 & Up With Hair Triangular Part Braids $200 &UpWith Hair Senegalese Twist $200 With Hair Havana Twist....$150 With Hair Marley Twist...$200 &UP... Kinky Twist $200 & Up Invisible
Ndebele Beads And Bracelets A
$3.01
Ontario
Box containing thousands of NDEBELE Beads along with Instructions for making Ndebele Bracelets (African). Also included: fini ... Please note this item is available via online auction through MaxSold.com. Please do NOT visit the seller's home unless you are the winning bidder coming to the designated pickup time
Lady's 100% NATURAL African Ruby Jewellery Set (obo sale)
$775.00
Oshawa / Durham Region18/05/2019
FOR SALE OR YOUR BEST OFFER: - An amazingly beautiful 100% all natural Ruby jewellery set, that consists of a bracelet, a ring, and 2 pendants. The set is mounted on 925 Sterling Silver, that was ...
African hand made jewelry!
$40.00
City of Toronto17/05/2019
Beautiful hand made necklaces brand new! $35-40-60 Shoes $40 size 39 &40
Mala Necklaces, bracelets, singing bowl (prices below)
$1,234.00
Oshawa / Durham Region16/05/2019
Bracelets - top row $35 each middle row $20 (the African Jade and Black one come together), Bottom Row $10 each Authentic Dream Catcher - $15 Mala Necklaces - tassel ones black $30, Purple $60, ...
Bird pewter keychains by Rawcliffe - African Greys, Parrots, etc
$11.00
Oakville / Halton Region04/05/2019
We have brand new, NEVER used, pewter key chains created by Rawcliffe, indicating "I Love" your favourite bird. They were just admired at our now online-only store, www. lesAnimaux.ca, where you can ...
African fabric headband and earrings
$6.00
Mississauga / Peel Region24/04/2019
African fabric headband and earrings . Posted in buy and sell, jewellery, watches in Mississauga / Peel Region. May 19, 2018
African fabric headband and earrings
$6.00
Mississauga / Peel Region24/04/2019
African fabric headband and earrings . Posted in buy and sell, jewellery, watches in Mississauga / Peel Region. May 19, 2018
African hand made jewelry
$12.00
City of Toronto22/04/2019
Colourful jewelry brand new Nice for summer! Bracelets & earrings $12
ETHNIC AFRICAN TRIBAL HANDMADE NECKLACE
$50.00
Mississauga / Peel Region09/04/2019
I am selling a gorgeous AFRICAN TRIBAL HANDCRAFTED NECKLACE. I think the Photo speaks for itself. It has large pendant with little coral beads in clusters. the big beads are, {I presume, Faux AMBER}. ...
Wrist bands. Hand made African Jewellery from Kenya
$20.00
Oshawa / Durham Region08/04/2019
This set was bought directly from the artisans who beaded them by hand. They are unisex. They feature the colours of the Kenyan flag. $20 for set of 2.
Bangles.  Beaded bracelets hand made in Kenya! African Jewellery
$25.00
Oshawa / Durham Region08/04/2019
This set of three bracelets was beaded by hand by women in the Maasai Mara region of Kenya, Africa. They were bought directly from the artisans who made them. $25 for all three.
Cord necklace
$35.00
City of Toronto01/04/2019
Brand new. Made of Ankara fabric to add an African flare to your outfit. Hand made. Wig , and vase not included.
African Ruby necklace
$75.00
City of Toronto29/03/2019
African Ruby 18 kt gold plate necklace
Weight Loss Waist Beads
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Mississauga / Peel Region27/03/2019
Waist Beads originated in the African culture to promote womb awareness, protect against negative energy, and display feminine sensuality. They’ve also grown in popularity as a means of weight ...
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