Introducing the Naga Tribe Inspired Handmade Earrings!
These exquisite earrings are a fusion of Naga tribe traditions and modern design, creating a unique and glamorous accessory that will elevate your outfit. Handcrafted by skilled artisans from the Nagaland tribes of Northeast India and Northwest Burma, these earrings showcase the rich cultural heritage and craftsmanship of the Naga people.
The earrings feature a captivating combination of materials, including carnelian and glass beads, coral, bronze, boar tusks, shells, ivory, conch shells, and cowries. The vibrant colors of orange, red, yellow, and blue blend harmoniously, creating a striking and eye-catching piece that adds a touch of elegance to any ensemble.
Each earring is meticulously crafted by Nagaland tribal artisans, who have honed their skills over generations, ensuring that every detail is perfected. The result is a stunning accessory that embodies the beauty and cultural significance of Naga jewelry.
Not only are these earrings a fashion statement, but they also make an ideal gift for someone special. Whether it's a birthday, anniversary, or any other occasion, these handmade earrings will be cherished for their unique design and the story behind them.
By wearing these Naga tribe inspired earrings, you not only enhance your own style but also support the preservation of traditional craftsmanship and the livelihoods of the Nagaland tribal artisans. So, adorn yourself with these exquisite earrings and embrace the beauty of Naga culture in a contemporary and fashionable way.
Name of the tribe:-
Angami, Ao, Chakhesang, Chang, Dimasa Kachari, Khiamniungan, Konyak, Kuki, Lotha, Phom, Pochury, Rengma, Sangtam, Sumi, Yimchungrü and Zeliang.
Details of the tribe:-
The Nagaland tribe is one of the tribes of the homeland of 16 prominent tribes. The Nagaland tribe is located in the hills and mountains of the northeastern part of India. The word naga is popularly believed to have originated from the Burmese word na-ka, meaning people with earrings. The people belonging to the era of the Indus Valley Civilization were one of the first jewelry makings.
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