Ghana, home to the largest bead market in west Africa in world-famous for its traditional bead making historically used in weddings, puberty rites and decoration for chiefs and queen mothers Ele Agbe uses recycled glass and other materials to create beautiful, high-quality beads.
Our designers apprenticed with renowned jewelers such as Kati Torda, are creating stunning orginal jewelry through the marriage of traditional and contemporary materials and skills. At Ele Agbe, artisans pass their skills to the younger generations. We conduct workshop for school groups and accept apprentices from throughout Ghana.


Ele Agbe produces and sells hardwood home accents, including stools traditionally used for Ghana's chiefs and queen mothers, as well as masks adorned with symbols of life,hope and love. Ghanaian artisans from the forest regions select, treat, carve and polish the woods they grown up with.

Drums are constructed of tropical hardwoods, often topped with hand-cured leather, or are crafted from seeds and other locally available materials. Traditional xylophones called "Calimba" are played at naming ceremonies and weddings throughout Ghana's northern regions.

For generations, West Africans have used shea butter to moistrurize and protect skin, reduce the appearance of wrinkles, scars, and stretch marks, and treat eczema and sunburns. Nasheaba products include:
*100% shea body butter and lip balm, infused with extracts in five fragrances
* Shampoo and soap
* Baby care product
Purely natural Nasheaba cosmetics are not tested on animals.