Let your personal style shine with Lukagwa

As the year comes to an end,our clients in the U.S showed us how they incorporate Lukagwa into their style.
You’ll be sure to charm this season in this on-trend necklace. It sparkles with an assortment of colorful beads and also features a cow bone motif. Full of contemporary flair, Avis pairs her’s with a turtle-neck shirt and a Lukagwa wrap bracelet.

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Our customer looks stunning in her eye catching African jewelry ensemble.

She fell in love with this Afrocentric exquisite necklace. She afterwards rocked this necklace to her prom night with her little black dress.

These Afrocentric hair clips are a hit, especially for naturalistas. They are feminine, elegant, and perfect for gifting. Mix and match with more from the Lukagwa line to create cool contrasts.

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Holiday Gifts for Her

There is no need to guess this holiday, we’ve thought of everyone in this guide to Lukagwa gifts. All these items and more can be found on out etsy shop using the link https://www.etsy.com/shop/Lukagwa/items.

1. This eccentric blue brass bracelet can serve as a jewellery staple. It is best paired up with our 3-layered Afrocentric elegant necklace. Both accessories have an interesting twist in their design. It may also be layered with a similar style bracelet or worn with our signature brass statement rings. Buy her this amazing set of African jewellery for timeless elegance.

2. Lightweight and contemporary, these Afrocentric drop earrings are perfect for your next event. Style your hair in a low pony to draw the eye to the earrings’ radiant detailing.

3. A lovely beaded fringe necklace is a perfect accessory of the holidays. It pairs well as a statement with a plain coloured sweater.

Enjoy free shipping on purchases to Dec 31st 2018. To activate the offer,
1. click on our link http://www.etsy.com/shop/lukagwa,
2. Click the like button on any item,
3. Proceed to purchase your desired items.
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Dapper hair accessories for Locks

Lukagwa’s hair accessories are inspired by our urge to accessorize our own dreadlocks. We also took into account sister locks and women of color who like to keep their hair natural.

Check us out on http://www.etsy.com/shop/lukagwa for a selection of our classy Afrocentric Hair Pins.


Photography is an art that captures timeless moments that are lost in time and expresses the personality of the photographer. They say pictures are worth a thousand words, I beg to emphasize that great pictures are worth more.

On each and every occasion I always look for a good excuse to carry out a photo shoot for the jewelry. The experience gives me a clear and vivid picture of what our jewelry is all about in a different perspective. It is a grand opportunity to appreciate how another artist can represent our handmade jewelry in an impeccable nature and give the photos the same passion we make the jewelry with.

This year I chose to work with the distinguished Eugene Muniah of “Picture Milieu” and Sophie of “I am Kenyan”. Eugene Muniah is an energetic and zealous photographer accompanied by Sophie who is a great activist, fashion stylist and model. The whole concept behind the photo shoot was to create lifestyle photography of Jewelry. The idea was to capture images of the jewelry as one carry’s out their everyday activity like enjoying a meal, working on the laptop or just hanging out.

The choice of venue was the amazing Talisman Restaurant in Karen that is popular for its breathtaking ambience, outstanding service and sumptuous meals. It is a garden restaurant that has been creatively furnished with sophisticated and elegant furniture. The play of warm colors gives the place a cozy feel.

Share with us the great moments!

The vivacious Sophie taking on a her pose and poise..

Our Photographer Eugene going about his work in a meticulous nature.

Eugene and his camera

We had the beautiful Sabina Pucher who volunteered to model our chic African jewelry; these colorful pieces of accessories blended in well with her flawless skin.

At work with Sabina ensuring the burgundy brown chunky Masai Beaded necklace by Lukagwa Jewelers is seating right….

028Looking for creative ways to depict the artistic jewelry…

A little fun with the kids to conclude the shoot…

Talisman RestaurantThe photoshoot was successful,you can view some of our great pieces of jewelry on http://www.etsy.com/shop/lukagwa.

The photographer’s collection can be viewed from his facebook page Picture Milieu.Sophie Umazi is the face behind a patriotic Kenyan project that seeks to unite kenyans and spread peace at this critical time of elections-http://www.iamkenyan.or.ke/

It was an invaluable experience working with this team;their ideals,ideas and vision to use their work to make a positive impact on society is remarkable.

The Bizarre Bazaar christmas craft fair

Just as the name suggests this Christmas event is out of the ordinary. The location is prime and ideal;situated at the center of Karura forest a midst tall green leafy trees. The surroundings create a cool and laid back sort of atmosphere favorable for shopping. Bizarre Bazaar Christmas fair is a yearly event that brings together an eclectic mix of artisans whom showcase their works of Art. It is an opportune time for people to mingle,buy Christmas gifts or simply spoil themselves. This event is always dubbed by the unique items on sale, lovely entertainment and great food.

This year Lukagwa African Art& Jewelers was accorded the opportunity to showcase its collection of authentic African jewelry. It is only the chosen few who get this opportunity we were proud to be associated with Bizarre Bazaar. The big wigs in the fashion and design industry were definitely present the likes of Zinj,Adele Dejak,Maro,Afri Kindu,BJ Crafts,Sandstorm Leather,Rift Valley Leather and so on.

We chose a coastal theme for our display since our jewelry collection is inspired by Shela island in Lamu. On display souvenirs from the pristine sandy beaches of Shela island were spotted.We chose to use the antique Lamu wooden candle stands,their traditional horn trumpet that was used to call for a meeting and the handwoven mats popularly known as “Mia”.In a bid to add flavor we used shells that i hand picked from the sea shores to create that feeling of the sea.I chose muted colors like black and white background to compliment my colorful pieces of jewelry.


Black fly designs rocked the event with their fabulous Vitenge jackets and leather belts.Their popular style of retro boy jackets made from Ghanaian fabric was definitely a plus.

In line with the theme of the event Brew Bistro brought the house down with their awesome cocktails and locally brewed beer.The children from Kibera effortlessly kept us entertained with their dances,recitals and acrobatics.For those whom didn’t make it to the event we captured the beautiful moments to share with you.




You can buy our product from our online store http://www.etsy.com/shop/Lukagwa.



So you have a beautiful collection of jewelry. You love every piece in your collection, but one day as you go to put it on, alas! You notice that a piece has been ripped and all the beads are falling apart. You are anguished and frustrated and cursing out… Well, that’s what we call, “NOT CARING FOR YOUR JEWELRY.”

In this piece we show you some cool ways you can store your jewelry at home to avoid them getting spoilt or torn. The ideas are pretty simple and can be done by just about anyone. Enjoy.

1. The Frame

Get a cute old picture frame or window frame that you no longer use, take some wire (silver/copper) then string it from one end to another and create 3 to 4 rows, then choose a good position maybe in your bedroom or bathroom and hang it there, viola, you have a cute earrings hanger.

You can also add some nails on it and use to hang necklaces and bangles. This will nicely sort out your jewelry for you.

Launch Of Shela Collection

We are excited to announce the launch of the SHELA collection. The 2012 collection from Lukagwa African Art and Jewelers promises to be a most exciting and engaging affair.


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