Dzugudini was the founding "Rain Queen" of the Lovedu in South Africa. Her mother taught her the art of rain-making and gave her rain charms and sacred beads. Her successors still preside over womanhood initiations and other important rituals. These black and gold waist beads with glow-in-the-dark accents are perfect for a night out dancing to Afro beats.
A sleek silver barrel clasp closure ensures maximum wear and versatility.
Materials: Glass seed beads
Care: Wipe clean
Size: To choose the correct size, measure around your waist where you would like the waist beads to fall. Most women wear them along their panty line, but you can wear them higher too, for example, around your navel or anywhere in between.