Princess Sithathoryunet’s Bracelet and Anklet – Egypt, 12th Dynasty

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Princess Sithathoryunet, daughter of Khakeperre Senruset II, the 4th Pharaoh of the 12th Dynasty who ruled over Egypt from 1897 to 1878 B.C. had lots of jewelry in her tomb including the above pictured lion bracelet and claw anklet. The bracelet and anklet are dated around 1887-1813 B.C. during the reigns of Senwosret II and...

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New Products Debuted at AFROPUNK Festival Now Available Online!

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Fulaba was proud to debut new arrivals at AFROPUNK Festival over the weekend – silver Fulani earrings (regular and small sizes), silver and gold dipped Fulani bracelets and small gold dipped Fulani earrings. We had a great time at AFROPUNK and had lots of positive energy and feedback! Please continue to support us so we...

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Fulaba Fulani Earring Contest Giveaway

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Fulaba is doing its first giveaway of gold dipped Fulani earrings! For a chance to win post a pic that depicts you as an African queen on Fulaba’s Facebook page. Pic can be full-length body or a headshot. Selfies welcome. Contest runs through Saturday, Aug. 15th. For inspiration check out our post a couple weeks ago...

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Fulaba Gold Plated Fulani Earrings Now Available!

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We are thrilled to announce that Fulaba Gold Plated Fulani Earrings are now available. The thickness of gold on these earrings is evident and they are absolutely stunning! It’s very hard to tell that these earrings are just gold plated…they have the appearance and look and feel of solid gold. We have a limited supply so...

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Beautiful Headwraps and Accessories Make for a Regal Look

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When done right head wraps and accessories truly accentuate our natural beauty and exude a royal look. Did you know that in Louisiana there was a law banning women with any African descent from wearing their hair out publicly? It was the Edict of Good Government in 1786 that had intentions of shaming ethnically diverse...

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Looks We Love – Elegant Dress From Vlisco’s Splendeur Collection

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We love long dresses that accentuate the elegance and natural beauty of woman. This dress from Vlisco’s Splendeur collection does just that. Photo is from a post by Akatasia.com

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Makeda – Queen of Sheba

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The lands of Africa and Arabia (once one) can attest to its plethora of kings and queens and the wealth they amassed. One queen’s story however, Makeda – the Queen of Sheba intrigues us more than others with her visit to King Solomon recorded in the Qur’an and the Bible. In her search for knowledge and wisdom, she...

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Fulani Earrings by Fulaba – The Best Birthday or Anniversary Gift for Her

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Fulani earrings by Fulaba are the perfect gift for your best friend, girlfriend, wife, mother or sister. Show her that she’s a queen in your eyes by giving her a valuable piece that is timeless and connects her to the royal women of antiquity. It comes in beautiful packaging, complete with a gold box, purple...

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Ancient Ties of the Arab World and Africa

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Many West African tribes have Arab origins including the Fulani, Mandinka, Yoruba, Hausa and Wolof tribes. In fact before European colonization, the region of North West Africa and the Middle East was one area with Arabic as the official language. The Fulani language was written using Arabic letters before the introduction of the roman alphabet....

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Fulani Princess Nana Asma’u of Sokoto Caliphate

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Nana Asma’u bint Shehu Usman dan Fodiyo was the daughter of the founder of the Sokoto Caliphate (est. about 1804), Usman dan Fodio. Asma’u was a scholar and poet who was fluent in four languages – Arabic, Fulani, Hausa and Tuareg (Tamasheq – a Berber language). She wrote several books and was a teacher to...

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