This African necklace is perfectly crafted to add some great taste to fashion. For this Red and black it well blends with all sorts of dresses and tops. The beaded handmade jewelry from the Maasai women is a tradition from this tribe, located in Southern Kenya. The Maasai have been creating beaded jewelry for a very long time. It all started long before the first European contact had occurred. Before, the tribe used natural resources to create their jewelry. Clay, wood, bone, copper and brass are just few of the materials that were used. When trade with Europeans started in the late 19th century, glass beads were suddenly available, and it is with those that the Maasai decided to continue their tradition of beaded jewels.