Modern Samburu Style Choker White and Grey


The Samburu are a tribe in north-central Kenya. Samburu girls and women wear distinctive beaded necklaces called mporros. These necklaces are stiff or ridged rather than relaxed and flowing. Social status is identified by the number of necklaces worn. This Samburu Style Choker is a modern version handmade with glass beading in intricate rows of silver and white backed with thick leather (Approx. 12'' length) and a tie closure (Approx. 8'' length). Made in Kenya.

Sally Dudmesh studied Anthropology in college which led to the discovery of her love for jewelry making. Her pieces are crafted with passion and love. Her outlook on her craft is based around the sharing of cultural understanding and adornment.