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Osotua Hoop Earring – Nala by Deafmetal

This product is sold as a single piece, not in pairs, because many people only use one hearing device.

Nala is a golden Deafmetal with a small hoop encrusted with royal blue and clear crystals. Nala means ‘first drink of water’ or ‘drinking water in the desert.’ In another dialect it means ‘queen’ or ‘lion.’

Among the Maasai people of East Africa there is a special type of friendship known as osotua, derived from the word for ‘umbilical cord.’ Osotua relationships bind people to helping each other in their times of need. It is giving without ever expecting repayment, only reciprocation.

Nala forms part of the Osotua Collection.

Deafmetal Earrings can be attached to hearing aids or chochlear implants via the Deafmetal Holster.

£24.00£34.00

    Description

    Materials: 18K gold micro plated brass hoop, 925 sterling silver gold micro plated chain and lock. Blue and clear crystals. The safety chain is 7cm in length.

    Deafmetal Fasteners (parts that attach Deafmetals to HA /CI/ BAHA) are not included in the price, so please remember to order yours separately.

    All Deafmetal jewellery is sold as a single piece, not in pairs, because many people only use one hearing device.

    Additional information

    Weight0.025 kg
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