Adinkra: Nyame Biribi Wo Soro
Translates as: God is in the heavens
Symbolism: It is intended to be a symbol of hope or a form of affirmation for the Akan people, as if to say that since God is in the heavens, he can better hear the cries and prayers of man, and in turn, act on them.
Adinkra symbols are thought-provoking aesthetic elements originating from the Akan culture in Ghana; they mainly represent objects that hold emotive ideas about life, ancient wisdom, and the environment. Various Adinkra symbols have multiple meanings and are frequently associated with local proverbs.
Material: Brass, Cotton
Features: One Size, Adjustable Cotton
Care: To re-shine brass, rub against lime or lemon / Use the chemical 'Brasso' in a small cloth to polish