Johari Handmade Glass Powder Bead Bracelets are made in Ghana by Johari Artisans. Made from recycled glass, Krobo beads derive their name from the fact that artisans residing in the Krobo mountains area contribute to a large quantity of the powdered glass beads production. The bead making craft in the Krobo region of Ghana has been passed down through generations.
REFUNDS, RETURNS AND EXCHANGES
Your refund will in most cases be issued to the same credit card you used for the original purchase. You will be credited for the cost of the item(s) and applicable taxes, less the pre-paid return fee. Shipping and handling costs are not refundable.
Please allow two weeks for the processing of returns. Please allow up to two billing cycles for the credit to appear on your credit card statement.
Fill out the Return and Exchange form and indicate the item(s) that you would like to exchange. Pack your exchange securely in the original package and attach the return label. Read the delivery note that comes with your package for more information. We do not accept exchanges after 15 days of the original purchase.
You may cancel your order any time before the order is processed. Once the order is shipped, you will receive, via email, a shipping confirmation that contains tracking information. Once a product is shipped, the Return and Exchange Policy will apply.
JOHARI may cancel orders for any reason. Some common situations in which orders are cancelled may include: The item is out of stock and there are no plans of restocking it, pricing errors or credit card payment is declined by the issuing financial institution.
Materials: elastic string, krobo powder glass beads. Strung on strong elastic, the bracelet is easy to put on and fun to wear. So Many Colors. Sized to fit most wrists. Actual size is about 7-1/2 inches. Great Spring and Summer Accessory.
Beads have played an important role in traditional Krobo culture for a long time, with their uses including festivals and ceremonies such as birth, coming of age rituals, marriage and death. For instance, during the Dipo coming of age ritual, girls will typically adorn a large quantity of beads and perform special dances. Krobo beads are also adorned by African chiefs and community leaders as a symbol of status.