Contemporary Jewellery at Shangaa Creations

  • by Salha Kaitesi
  • Jul 06, 2015
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Shangaa Creations is a mother and daughter hand crafting business outfit that started in Uganda in 2009 after observing the monotony of the jewellery available in Kampala by the founders. Nyandia Nderitu (mother) and Natasha Njeri’s (daughter) business focuses on modern and contemporary African jewellery, made with natural materials like stone, camel and cow bone, […]

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