Banana Beach is a small beach situated between the Tamrhakht River and the Cape taking its name from the banana plantations along the river banks. The beach offer rights and lefts and on a big swell there will be waves breaking right from the end of the point into the beach.
This bead has been inspired by the rich colours of North African sunsets. We’ve used an opaque orange glass against a rich ink blue glass. The glass has then been pulled into points using a sharp tool. This pattern has been repeated around the bead and is reflective of shapes within the rocks and shapes found in Moroccan architecture. It has then been decorated with flattened lapis dots.
Each Nalu Bead is individually handmade so please expect there to be variations in every bead. This is what makes your Nalu unique.