Not just jewellery – an expression of real African culture and heritage.
The design featured is of one of the most iconic pieces of 16thcentury African art.
The likeness is of Iyoba Idia – an African Woman, leader, warrior, and inspiration.
These earrings makes a real statement. So does the wearer.
These bring Edo & Nigerian heritage to everyone's attention.
Ethically made in the UK.
These earrings are cast in Sterling silver. Size: 2cm (h) x 1cm (w).
These earrings celebrate Queen Mother Iyoba Idia - from the Kingdom of Benin during the 16th century (now in modern day Nigeria).
Small in size but big in statement. These earrings are a modern interpretations of the world renowned Benin bronzes - classic and iconic African artworks. These works dispelled the myths that African art was simply "primitive". The works sent a clear message that African art was well capable of being just as sophisticated, or even more so, than European art of the same time.
Iyoba Idia - warrior, politician, spiritual leader, adept politician, and protector of the Edo people. She was also known as the "The Hidden Oba" and remains a giant of true leadership. For more information see: