Riverflow Bell Chime

Ten Thousand Villages


In this Kenyan wedding sculpture, the smaller loop symbolizes the bride. It is placed under the large loop (the groom) because the husband will be her hunter and protector for the rest of their lives. The two loops stand for the two individuals that have become joined through marriage but are still two individual people. Give this sculpture to family or close friends as a wedding gift. Keep custom and enclose your own note with this traditional blessing: “May your union last as long as the stone from which this sculpture is carved.”

Kisii stone, Colors will vary,  6"H

Made in Kenya