• Ultra Bold Kwatakye Atiko Adinkra Gift Pack

    This beautiful luxury Adinkra collection is well designed with craftsmanship to the modern man. In this set is the Face Mask, The Tie, The Bow tie, The Lapel Pin, The Cufflinks and The Tie Clip.

    900.00
  • Ultra Bold Bi Nka Bi Adinkra Gift Pack

    This beautiful luxury collection is well designed with craftsmanship to the modern man. In this set is the Face Mask, The Tie, The Bow tie, The Lapel Pin, The Cufflinks and The Tie Clip.

    The Symbol is Bi Nka Bi

    900.00
  • Ultra Bold Sankofa Adinkra Gift Pack

    This beautiful luxury collection is well designed with craftsmanship to the modern man. In this set is the Face Mask, The Tie, The Bow tie, The Lapel Pin, The Cufflinks and The Tie Clip.

    900.00
  • Onyankopon Adom Nti Biribiara Beye Yie Adinkra

    This beautiful luxury collection is well designed with craftsmanship to the modern man. In this set is the Face Mask, The Tie, The Bow tie, The Lapel Pin, The Cufflinks and The Tie Clip.

    900.00
  • Ultra Bold Fawohodia Adinkra Gift Pack

    This beautiful luxury collection is well designed with craftsmanship to the modern man. In this set is the Face Mask, The Tie, The Bow tie, The Lapel Pin, The Cufflinks and The Tie Clip.

    900.00
  • Ultra Bold Nyame Dua Adinkra Gift Pack

    This beautiful luxury collection is well designed with craftsmanship to the modern man. In this set is the Face Mask, The Tie, The Bow tie, The Lapel Pin, The Cufflinks and The Tie Clip.

    900.00
  • CLASSIC NYAME YE OHENE ADINKRA SOCKS

    NYAME YE OHENE translates God is King. Symbol of majesty and supremacy of God.

    100.00
  • CLASSIC KENTE SOCKS

    Kente comes from the word kenten, which means “basket” in the Asante dialect of Akan. Akans refer to kente as nwentoma, meaning “woven cloth”. It is an Akan royal and sacred cloth worn only in times of extreme importance and was the cloth of kings. Over time, the use of kente became more widespread.

    100.00
  • LIMITED GOLD COAST EDITION SOCKS

    On 6 March 1957, the Gold Coast (now known as Ghana) gained independence from Britain. Ghana became a member of the Commonwealth of Nations and was led to independence by Kwame Nkrumah who transformed the country into a republic. The country was the first to gain independence from European colonialism.

    The red signified those who had died for independence, the gold is the mineral wealth with the green representing the rich grasslands of the area. The black star is the symbol of the people and of African emancipation.

    100.00
  • KWATAKYE ATIKO ADINKRA SOCKS

    “hair style of an Asante war captain”

    symbol of bravery and valor

    “This symbols is said to be a special hair style of Kwatakye, a war captain of old Asante.

    The symbol has come to represent bravery and fearlessness. It is also given as an earned title to any brave son of an Akan community.”

    100.00
  • Me Ware Wo – I Shall Marry You Socks

    “I Shall Marry You”

    Symbol of commitment, perseverance

    From the expression “No one rushes into the job of mixing the concrete for building the house of marriage.” Marriage is a sacred union between a man and woman. It requires a lot if perseverance and commitment and the couple must actively work on their marriage to build a long lasting one.

    100.00
  • GREEN KWATAKYE ATIKO ADINKRA SOCKS

    “hair style of an Asante war captain”

    symbol of bravery and valor

    “This symbols is said to be a special hair style of Kwatakye, a war captain of old Asante.

    The symbol has come to represent bravery and fearlessness. It is also given as an earned title to any brave son of an Akan community.”

    100.00
  • KWATAKYE ATIKO ADINKRA BLUE SOCKS

    “hair style of an Asante war captain”

    symbol of bravery and valor

    “This symbols is said to be a special hairstyle of Kwatakye, a war captain of old Asante.

    The symbol has come to represent bravery and fearlessness. It is also given as an earned title to any brave son of an Akan community.”

    100.00
  • SIGNATURE NYAME DUA ADINKRA SOCKS

    “tree of god” – altar”

    God’s tree (sacred stump). A symbol of God’s presence and protection.

    100.00
  • Me Ware Wo Blue Adinkra Socks

    “I Shall Marry You”

    Symbol of commitment, perseverance

    From the expression “No one rushes into the job of mixing the concrete for building the house of marriage.” Marriage is a sacred union between a man and woman. It requires a lot of perseverance and commitment and the couple must actively work on their marriage to build a long-lasting one.

    100.00
  • Me Ware Wo – I Shall Marry You SOCKS

    “I Shall Marry You”

    Symbol of commitment, perseverance

    From the expression “No one rushes into the job of mixing the concrete for building the house of marriage.” Marriage is a sacred union between a man and woman. It requires a lot of perseverance and commitment and the couple must actively work on their marriage to build a long-lasting one.

    100.00
  • CLASSIC BI NKA BI ADINKRA SOCKS

    Bi nka bi literally means “no one should bite the other”. This symbol cautions against provocation and strife. The image is based on two fish biting each other tails. It is important to dwell in peace and harmony with people as conflict and accord as the only result in the destruction of what took years to build.

    100.00
  • BLUEPRINT GOLD COAST SOCKS

    The Gold Coast was so-named because it was an important source of gold. The Portuguese interest in trading for gold, ivory, and pepper so increased that in 1482 the Portuguese built their first permanent trading post on the western coast of present-day Ghana.

    100.00
  • STYLED BLUE KWATAKYE ATIKO ADINKRA SOCKS

    “hair style of an Asante war captain”

    symbol of bravery and valor

    “This symbols is said to be a special hair style of Kwatakye, a war captain of old Asante.

    The symbol has come to represent bravery and fearlessness. It is also given as an earned title to any brave son of an Akan community.”

    100.00
  • FAWOHODIE ADINKRA SOCKS

    Symbol of Independence, Freedom, Emancipation

    The name of this symbol is derived from the expression: Fawodhodieeneobrenaenam which literally means “Independence comes with its responsibilities.” Essentially, freedom and independence come at a cost and people must be willing to bear the responsibilities of being emancipated.

    100.00
  • Pink Me Ware Wo – I Shall Marry You SOCKS

    “I Shall Marry You”

    Symbol of commitment, perseverance

    From the expression “No one rushes into the job of mixing the concrete for building the house of marriage.” Marriage is a sacred union between a man and woman. It requires a lot if perseverance and commitment and the couple must actively work on their marriage to build a long lasting one.

    100.00
  • ONYANKOPON SOCKS

    ONYANKOPON ADOM NTI BIRIBIARA BEYE YIE MEANING BY GOD’S GRACE, ALL WILL BE WELL

    Symbol of Hope, Providence, Faith

    Life can be challenging sometimes and to the person going through these difficult times, it may seem like there is no end in sight for his/her problems. Wearing this symbol signifies hope and faith. It means that the whole thing may not be pleasant at the moment, you trust in God to see you through by His grace.

    100.00
  • KWATAKYE ATIKO ADINKRA SOCKS

    “hair style of an Asante war captain”

    symbol of bravery and valor

    “This symbols is said to be a special hair style of Kwatakye, a war captain of old Asante.

    The symbol has come to represent bravery and fearlessness. It is also given as an earned title to any brave son of an Akan community.”

    100.00
  • KWATAKYE ATIKO SOCKS

    “hair style of an Asante war captain”

    symbol of bravery and valor

    “This symbols is said to be a special hair style of Kwatakye, a war captain of old Asante.

    The symbol has come to represent bravery and fearlessness. It is also given as an earned title to any brave son of an Akan community.”

    100.00
  • GYE NYAME | OMNIPOTENT GOD SOCKS

    “except for God”

    symbol of the supremacy of God

    This unique and beautiful symbol is ubiquitous in Ghana. It is by far the most popular for use in decoration, a reflection on the deeply religious character of the Ghanaian people

    Material : 80% comb cotton, 15% spandex, 5% nylon

    100.00
  • CLASSIC HERITAGE SOCKS

    Why Heritage? This socks has a unique story. It is purposely decorated with the Sankofa and Funtunfunefu Denkyemfunefu Symbol. The Sankofa mean look back at your roots and the Funtunfunefu Denkyemfunefu symbolizes democracy and cooperation. This socks stress on far far we have come as black people, from colonization to slavery and still fighting for our democracy. Beautiful blend of Green white red and black are meant to show solidarity to Black Africans and African Descendants.

    100.00
  • FAWOHODIE SOCKS

    Symbol of Independence, Freedom, Emancipation

    The name of this symbol is derived from the expression: Fawodhodieeneobrenaenam which literally means “Independence comes with its responsibilities.” Essentially, freedom and independence come at a cost and people must be willing to bear the responsibilities of being emancipated.

    100.00
  • Ohemaa Handbag

    The Ohemaa handbag combines the all the popular Adinkra Symbols. The royal symbols are decorated at the all around the bag, for a strong yet subtle signature. Ideally sized to hold essentials, it can be carried by hand or worn over the shoulder on its detachable strap.

    1,900.00
  • Adinkra Republic Dehye Duffle Bag

    This urban travel bag is not only stylish but also resistant and light. Handheld with a removable shoulder strap makes it extremely practical to use. Designed with the beautiful Adinkra Symbols from Ghana, West Africa.

    2,500.00
  • Adinkra Republic Oheneba Classic

    Ideal for business travellers, the Oheneba is decorated in Adinkra Signature canvas with the classic leather nametag and iconic stripes assure that you will always travel in style. It’s ultra-functional with numerous compartments for a laptop, files or even some clothes.

    2,200.00
  • Ultra Bold Gye Nyame

    This beautiful luxury collection is well designed with craftsmanship to the modern man. In this set is the Face Mask, The Tie, The Bow tie, The Lapel Pin, The Cufflinks and The Tie Clip.

    900.00
  • LIMITED BLACK POWER 1957 SOCKS

    The raised fist, or the clenched fist, is a universal symbol of solidarity and support. It is also used as a salute to express unity, strength, defiance, or resistance.

    Why the colors?

    The Ghana Flag was a flag. The country was the first to gain independence from European colonialism and encouraged other African countries to do the same. On 6 March 1957, the Gold Coast (now known as Ghana) gained independence from Britain. Ghana became a member of the Commonwealth of Nations and was led to independence by Kwame Nkrumah who transformed the country into a republic, with himself as president for life.

    100.00

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