Jabulani Jewellery

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16 Woodford Grove
Stamfordhill, Durban
KwaZulu-Natal  4001
South Africa
+27 (0)31 312 5400
+27 (0)31 312 5413

Jabulani Jewellery

Jabulani Jewellery's manufacture of contemporary handcrafted Zulu beaded jewellery celebrates the distinctive Zulu culture with passion & flair. Our jewellery and beadwork is a trademark of South Africa's proud heritage.

Jabulani Jewellery's accessories now include a new look using fresh water pearls, crystals, gem stones and felt beads in our ethnic bead jewellery range.

Jabulani Jewellery CC has been manufacturing "colour sussed" contemporary Zulu beadwork accessories and African beaded jewellery since 1990.

This distinctive craft of beadwork is a trademark of South Africa's proud heritage. Paula Goosen who established Jabulani Jewellery CC, "tweeks" traditional Zulu beadwork skills resulting in a vibrant variety of ethnic beaded jewellery and accessories, which now also includes fresh water, pearls, crystals, gem stones and felt beads.

Our Zulu beaded creations are handcrafted with a distinctively ethnic flair, resulting in beaded jewellery with a uniquely African look and feel Our beaded necklaces, chokers, bracelets, bangles and earings make the perfect accessory or gift for any one. We supply a range of handcrafted Zulu beadwork curios and artefacts for export to the international market.

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