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Endelea Bangle

Nyumbani Design


    This Nyumbani piece turned our bangle world upside down. Traditionally circular from the outside, the playful irregularity of African Blackwood and Pod Mahogany forms an inner quadrant. Now, that's a conversation piece.

  • MATERIALS: African Blackwood | Jackfruit | Pod Mahogany

    MEASUREMENTS: Diameter (inside) - 6.8cm | Diameter (outside) - 10cm

    CARE: Avoid high humidity and water for extended periods of time. If the piece gets wet, blot dry. And if it’s starting to look a little dull, use a cotton cloth to buff in the direction of the wood grain. Finally, you may want to give it an occasional rub with a dollop of mineral oil or beeswax to bring up the shine.


    This beauty will be on its way to you within 1-2 days from placing the order.

    Currently we only deliver to addresses within the UAE, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. If you live outside of these countries, please drop us a note on hello@urbannomads.ae with your destination address and item you would like to order, and we will confirm delivery timelines and fees.

    For complete delivery and returns policy, please view the Delivery & Returns page.

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Beauty is all around us. In the skies above us and the streets that take us places. This is what inspires Nyumbani Design. Originated from the Kiswahili word for 'home', Nyumbani's aesthetic is inspired by the natural beauty of the Swahili coast and the geometric shapes of architectural structures.

A union of nature and architecture, Nyumbani designs combine indigenous woods in contrasting combinations. These contemporary architectural designs are pieces of wearable body art. A playful interplay between boldness and simplicity. Geometric shapes and color experimentation, where each piece creates the masterful illusion of layering.

Using locally sourced indigenous wood, Nyumbani pieces are hand crafted and shaped by skilled artisans throughout Tanzania. Including the original sculptors of the Nyumbani concept - Ernest and John - who have been with the brand since the start of its journey.

With each piece made from a different section of wood, no two pieces are the same. As importantly, each piece gives back to the rural communities it comes from. Nyumbani has partnered with Mpingo Conservation & Development Initiative, which helps communities generate ethical and sustainable forest-based income by selling responsibly harvested timber. Each jewelry piece sold is a donation to communities planting indigenous trees for the future.

Bold. Architectural. Unique. And soulful. These are just some of the reasons to fall in love with these pieces.