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Yemaja - Collab Oryx Embellished
Yemaja - Collab Oryx Embellished
Yemaja - Collab Oryx Embellished
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Yemaja

The Mother of All
Oryx Embellished, Ostrich Shin
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Named in honor of Yemaja, 'The Mother of All' in African mythology, the Yemaja is the protector of women. She is often depicted as a mermaid and is associated with the moon, water, and feminine mysteries. This limited edition version of the Yemaja is a collaboration with two of South Africa’s most prominent artists - famed knitwear designer MAXHOSA BY LADUMA and influential South African music artist RIKY RICK. The multi-functional strap allows this unisex piece to be worn around your waist, cross-body, on the shoulder or carried as a clutch with the strap removed. The closure of the bag is uniquely finished with a springbok horn which sits perfectly across the front of the bag.

Collab Oryx Embellished
£1,650.00

Named in honor of Yemaja, 'The Mother of All' in African mythology, the Yemaja is the protector of women. She is often depicted as a mermaid and is associated with the moon, water, and feminine mysteries. This limited edition version of the Yemaja is a collaboration with two of South Africa’s most prominent artists - famed knitwear designer MAXHOSA BY LADUMA and influential South African music artist RIKY RICK. The multi-functional strap allows this unisex piece to be worn around your waist, cross-body, on the shoulder or carried as a clutch with the strap removed. The closure of the bag is uniquely finished with a springbok horn which sits perfectly across the front of the bag.

Made with Okapi's own ostrich shin and blesbok leather. Removable and adjustable crossbody strap. All materials are sustainably sourced as a by-product of the existing free-range farming industry practices in South Africa. Width: 17.5cm x Depth: 6.5cm x Height: 16cm, Handle Drop: 26.5cm, Weight: 0.4kg

UK, mainland Europe and SA standard shipping is 3-5 working days.

Worldwide please allow 7 days for delivery. 

All shipments require a signature upon delivery. 

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  • Description
  • Details
  • Shipping & Returns

Named in honor of Yemaja, 'The Mother of All' in African mythology, the Yemaja is the protector of women. She is often depicted as a mermaid and is associated with the moon, water, and feminine mysteries. This limited edition version of the Yemaja is a collaboration with two of South Africa’s most prominent artists - famed knitwear designer MAXHOSA BY LADUMA and influential South African music artist RIKY RICK. The multi-functional strap allows this unisex piece to be worn around your waist, cross-body, on the shoulder or carried as a clutch with the strap removed. The closure of the bag is uniquely finished with a springbok horn which sits perfectly across the front of the bag.

Yemaja - Collab Oryx Embellished

Yemaja is the protector of women. She is often depicted as a mermaid, and is associated with the moon, water, and feminine mysteries. is the protector of women. She governs everything pertaining to women.  She oversees deep secrets, ancient wisdom, the moon, sea shells, and the collective unconscious.

Yemaja - Collab Oryx Embellished

About Ostrich Shin

Okapi’s ostrich leather is sustainably and ethically sourced as a by-product of the existing free range ostrich farming industry in South Africa. Through the close relationships which we have fostered with the farming communities in the Karoo region, we are able to give complete transparency and ensure that our natural materials are 100 % traceable, ethical and sustainably sourced. We work closely with our suppliers to ensure all processes are of the highest safety and quality, along with ethical production practices that respect both animal welfare and the environment. The uniqueness of our leathers is characterized by the deliberate inclusion of the natural markings which the animals incur in the wild. The natural markings which the animal incurs in the wild are included on the skins which are used. This gives each Okapi piece a more organic and changeable quality.

  • Locally made
  • Ethically sourced
  • Handmade
  • Entirely traceable

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