ABOUT THE DWENNIMMEN SYMBOL: In the Akan culture of Ghana, the Adrinka word "dwennimmen" means "the ram's horn". The symbol of two rams' butting heads conveys that even the strong must remain humble.
The front of the 0.75" diameter pendant is engraved with the artwork of the Dwennimmen symbol. The back of the pendant is engraved with the symbol's attributes: Strength + Humility. The 18" chain, handmade clasp, and jump rings are all 14/20 gold-filled.
ABOUT CYMBALS OF STRENGTH: This collection expresses the customer's courage and inner power with symbols of strength from world cultures, engraved on pendants made from cracked drum cymbals. A piece can be worn as a declaration to the world, or as a personal meditation.
Each pendant comes with an enclosure card that describes story behind the symbol's meaning and lists all of the materials used.
GIVING BACK: I donate 3% of my Cymbals of Strength proceeds to A Window Between Worlds. This non-profit helps trauma survivors discover and explore their own strength through art.