Efie Wura Rulers Grip Ring
Forged by local Ghanaian artisans and smiths at our Ghana workshop using the lost wax casting process. Our beautiful gender neutral Efie Wura grip ring is made of 23 karat gold over brass .Our pieces are known to be conversation starters and a casual statement piece to be worn at any occasion.
Due to the handmade nature of this item, each piece is unique, one of the same & any variations are considered part of the beauty of the design.
The grip ring is to be worn on two - three fingers depending on your size.
The term "Efie Wura" is also associated with the concept of the home, which is seen as the center of family life and a place of great importance in Akan culture. The home is believed to be a sacred space that should be treated with respect and care, and the Efie Wura is responsible for ensuring that the home is a place of harmony, peace, and prosperity. Also known as the lizard, are seen running on the walls of many Ghanaian homes. It was given the name because it normally spends more time on your house walls then you yourself.
Since the fourteenth century, Akan rulers have used elaborate displays of royal regalia (Agyapdie) to express their power and wealth, as well as to shield themselves from harm. We have erected this royal regalia in modern fashion while maintaining the style and techniques used to produce them that are centuries old.
We are Ghanaians and a black owned small business in love with our culture with a mission to share a piece of our heritage with the rest of the world.
- Investing in the health and economy of the communities that are affected by precious metals, gemstone mining, and manufacturing in particular Ghana.
- DIRECTLY supporting a local artisan and manufacturing economy.
- Investing in the growth of a sustainable jewelry industry.