Maasai Bride Inkarewa Wedding Collar
Maasai brides wear an elaborate beaded wedding collar or inkarewa on her wedding day.
Generally, African jewelry is made from materials that are immediately available to the artist in their community. White beads created from clay, shells, ivory, or bone. Black and blue beads fashioned from iron, charcoal, seeds, clay, or animal horns. Red beads came from seeds, woods, gourds, bone, ivory, copper, or brass.
Maasai women inkarewa worn her wedding day is one of the most important piece of wedding day attire.