Nandi Traditional Waist Beads

Nandi Description

Ndlorukazi Nandi kaBebe eLangeni was the mother of the legendary Shaka, leader of the Zulu tribe. Her pregnancy we initially met with shame and opposition, but when her son eventually claimed the throne, he appointed Nandi as Queen of the Zulu people and his advisor.

These traditional tie waist beads fit up to 40 or 50 inches, respectively. Excess beads can be removed to fit your specific waistline.

To tie, place the strand around your waist where you want them to sit, tie 3-4 knots and trim any excess string and beads. Traditional waist beads are worn permanently (while sleeping, bathing, swimming, etc.) until they break or are cut off. If you're tracking weight loss, they can be adjusted down in size by cutting and re-tying.

Most women wear them along their panty line, but there are no rules. Go wild!

Materials: Glass seed beads, cotton string
Care: Wipe clean
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