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Inspired by a half-submerged crocodile, this beautifully crafted earring's fluid balance makes it a piece you can wear anywhere. Try wearing a single cuff with another earpiece from our collections for a modern look.

- Recycled gold plated brass 

- Handcrafted in Nairobi, Kenya


This piece is available as a pre-order and will be shipped in January 2023.

We will keep you updated via email regarding your order, and will send you package tracking details as soon as it is dispatched.

For full details, please contact us.


We looked to Côte d’Ivoire’s folklore to inspire the third installment in a trilogy of collections.

Complex and mysterious, the crocodile’s Akan symbolism is transformed in recycled gold plated brass body adornments ranging from subtle to striking.

Inspired by the silhouette of a half-submerged crocodile, striking pieces like the Crocodile King crossbody necklace capture the regal magic that comes alive in their stories, while subtle pieces like the paw-shaped lip ring quietly hint at the tales’ dark edge.

Discover the mystique of the King Crocodile in Outlines, a curated collection of body adornments by OHIRI.


To extend the life of your gold plated jewellery, avoid wearing it when washing hands, showering, applying lotion, or using harsh cleaning supplies. To clean your jewellery, buff it gently with a soft and dry 100% cotton cloth or a microfiber cloth. Do not use jewellery cleaner on gold plated jewellery.


a r t i s a n a l

We support local craftsmanship. Each piece is proudly handcrafted by local artisans in Bassam, Abidjan, and Nairobi. We try to promote traditional know-how and the heritage of African jewellery art.

r e c y c l e d

Our jewels are made with gold plated recycled brass or bronze and most of them are designed with the idea that they can be worn or reused in many ways.

e t h i c a l

We are very transparent about where our products are made and who are the craftsmen who make them. We try to ensure that all artisans we work with, directly or indirectly, have decent working conditions and fair wages and treatment.

e n v i r o n n e m e n t a l

We use natural pigments and low-impact dyeing techniques, as well as natural fibers (raffia) in the production process of our bags. Our goal is to reduce our environmental impact as much as possible.