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Mpatapo Silk Scrunchie (White on Fuchsia)

Mpatapo Silk Scrunchie (White on Fuchsia)

Regular price$38.00

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Hand made silk scrunchie with ADINKRA London's custom Mpatapo design.

Details and Composition

Fuchsia, White & Black
• Custom Adinkra colour way
• Silk
• Hand finished
• Made in England

About the Mpatapo

Adinkra symbol design originating from Ghana - "Knot of pacification/reconciliation"
Symbol of reconciliation, peacemaking and pacification.

Mpatapo represents the bond or knot that binds parties in a dispute to a peaceful, harmonious reconciliation. It is a symbol of peacemaking after strife.

Shipped in a luxury satin pouch with a signed card by Founders Sean Ayeltigah & Patric Okumi explaining the origin of the design.

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If you search for Adinkra on the web, results will succinctly describe a set of Ghanaian symbols representing aphorisms. Tools used to express the connection between the verbal and visual.

For Co-Founders Sean and Patrick, they couldn’t have chosen a better brand name to tell our story. A tale beginning with two fiercely proud Ghanaian Brits, driven by a passion to unearth and celebrate the culture of Africa’s 54 countries.

Their story is one for the modern age - an age championing inquisitiveness, diversity and inclusivity.

They showcase heritage inspired design in a luxury setting where it's not always welcome! Proving that Africa can be synonymous with luxury in the same way European heritage brands claim.

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