Abla Pokou


Abla Pokou


Abla Pokou is an African queen who, around 1770, led the installation of Baoulé people from Ghana to Ivory Coast. The legend says that she sacrificed her only son to cross to able to cross a huge river. The word “Baoulé” which designates the descendants of the people she led came from the episode of the sacrifice of her son. After the immolation of her offspring, she declares “Ba-ouli”, which means “the child is dead”, hence the name “Baoulé“.

The gold color of this watch and its black dial create a contrast that brings out your look. Its original design inspired by Africa offers clean lines in bright colors and make it a jewel that fits perfectly to your outfits.

Case material: 316L stainless steel

Thickness: 7 mm

Diameter: 32 mm

Color of the dial: Gold

Movement: Japanese Quartz Movement

Strap Material: 316L Stainless Steel

Color: Gold

Strap type: Interchangeable

Feature: Water Resistant / Waterproof 3 Bar

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