User Gallery – Bears Beads and Chains

 

Photos courtesy of Claudia Hogue and Shari Burton – Bears Beads and Chains

Strands contain Brass Bicone Beads, Watermelon Beads, White Hearts, Krobo Beads, Kakamba Beads, Ghana Beads, Feather Beads, Eye Beads, Batik Bone Beads, Padre Beads, Ostrich Eggshell Beads, Snake Beads, Heishi Beads, and just about everything else!

 

Want to show off beads that you purchased from us?  No problem.  E-mail us pictures at store@rexbeads.com


User Gallery – The Family Jewels

Photos courtesy of Jan Goldman – The Family Jewels

Strands contain Tabular Brass Beads, Ghana Beads, Heishi Beads and Coptic Crosses.

Want to show off beads that you purchased from us?  No problem.  E-mail us pictures at store@rexbeads.com

 


User Gallery – Kimberly’s Blessings

Photos courtesy of Kimberly Standiford – Kimberly’s Blessings

Strands contain Ghana Beads, White Hearts, Batik Bone Beads, Kakamba Beads, Krobo Beads, Padre Beads, Russian Blue Beads, and Many More.

Want to show off beads that you purchased from us?  No problem.  E-mail us pictures at store@rexbeads.com


User Gallery – Faraway Beads

Photos courtesy of Suzie Jenkins – Faraway Beads

Strands contain Padre Beads, Clay Mali Beads, Kakamba Beads, Tabular Brass Beads, Brass Bicone Beads, Pendant Beads, and More.

Want to show off beads that you purchased from us?  No problem.  E-mail us pictures at store@rexbeads.com


User Gallery – Levi’s

Levi Strauss & Company recently purchased a large number of Beads from Rex’s African Bead Shop for in-store/in-window displays. These beads can be seen in any Levi’s branded store for the next few months.

Strands contain Padre Beads, Snake Beads, and White Hearts.

Want to show off beads that you purchased from us?  No problem.  E-mail us pictures at store@rexbeads.com

 


User Gallery – Gogograndmothers

Photos courtesy of Jacque Entzminger – Gogograndmothers

Description:
The red bead represents AIDS, the black bead, death, and the heart is a gogo caring for orphaned children. The three sand cast beads represent three orphans a typical gogo cares for. The cross symbolizes the love of Jesus for the gogos and orphaned children. The green beads represent a gogo’s garden and yellow bead, the maize she grows. The “O” (for orphan) bead represents the village Early Childhood Development Centers where trained caregivers feed and educate vulnerable children. The clay bead symbolizes the handmade bricks used to build homes and an ECDC center. The silver beads represent our prayers and love for one another.

Gogograndmothers is a non-profit ministry of SAFE-Africa. We provide food security, educational opportunity and spiritual hope to a village gogo and the orphans in her care through sponsorships ($30/month) and fundraising. The story bracelet is one of the things we sell to spread the word and raise funds. More information about our ministry can be found at Gogograndmothers.com.

Strands contain Krobo Beads, White Hearts, Silver Beads, Bicone Beads, and Kakamba Beads