Monday, December 13, 2010

Gorgeously unique jewelry by Sarah Babu

I met a lovely lady online from Nairobi, Kenya named Sarah Babu. Sarah creates delightfully unique jewelry that I just had to share with you.

I asked Sarah to tell me a bit about herself and here is her story.

"I have lots of interest in art, I might have been born with a bead, needle and thread. I have always drawn, painted, beaded something almost everyday. I am currently working in a bank and bead part time. I am a Kenyan citizen.

"I am looking to expand my jewelery making business and that is why I contacted you. I loved your pieces. They are very unique and have a timeless touch to them. My plan is to look for some one who would be interested in buying the sort of pieces I have in bulk (over 50 pieces), then sell it to other people.

"My pieces are influenced by my community (Agate,Gold Dust, Malachite, turquoise.) The materials I use are horn beads, seed beads, glass beads and semi precious stone beads found locally and in other African countries. I have quite competitive
prices and try to make my pieces as unique as possible."

I'm sure you will agree that Sarah's work is lovely and unique. If you are interested in purchasing any of Sarah's jewelry (I'm sure she could be convinced to sell individual pieces in addition to bulk), please let me know and I will get you in touch with Sarah.


ChezChani said...

Very original work, just lovely!

Anonymous said...

Great looking wire jewelery, it seems golden jewelery trend has gone. Bronze cremation urns

Giovanna ♥ said...

Such a lovely jewelry! Thanks for sharing dear ❤
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Chris said...

Hi Sarah. You've got a similar design of beads with that of the asian countries. I like the way you made your crafts. Try more unique designs. Hope to see more from you.

Retirede Sarah Coventry