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Africa | Robe from Cameroon | c. 1930 - 1970 | Cotton; twill woven; embroidered; hand-sewn

Africa | Robe from Cameroon | c. 1930 - 1970 | Cotton; twill woven; embroidered; hand-sewn

Africa | Ceremonial tunic from the Bamileke or Bamum people of the Grasslands of Cameroon | 1st half of the 20th century | Commercially produced cotton ground with cotton hand embroidery

Africa | Ceremonial tunic from the Bamileke or Bamum people of the Grasslands of Cameroon | 1st half of the 20th century | Commercially produced cotton ground with cotton hand embroidery

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Easy to sew three piece cardigan. Anoyjer one that would be simple to work up on th knitting machine,

Robe Ainu, 19th century The Victoria & Albert Museum

一番の日本人!【Ainu Tribe: Japanese Race】Amazing Ainu robe in the V&A archive. Elm bark fibre (Ohyô) with cotton appliqué, mid century.

Africa | Sandals.  Shuwa Arabs.  | Collected in Cameroon in 1910/11

Africa | Sandals. Shuwa Arabs. | Collected in Cameroon in 1910/11

Ikat hand loomed cotton sari caftan in medium weight cotton. - white body with black front - Length 49" - Free domestic shipping

Ikat caftan with black front

Ikat hand loomed cotton sari caftan in medium weight cotton. white body with black front Length Width Free domestic shipping

Africa | A man's ceremonial dance jacket with necklace, from the Tikar people of Cameroon | early 20th century | Glass beads sewn to plain weave cloth of plant fiber | This would have been worn with the elephant mask. The elephant mask, signified kingship and wealth and was worn by the powerful members of the Kuosi regulatory society, which included members of royalty, wealthy title holders, and ranking warriors of the Bandjoun kingdom of western Cameroon.

Africa | A man's ceremonial dance jacket with necklace, from the Tikar people of Cameroon | early 20th century | Glass beads sewn to plain weave cloth of plant fiber | This would have been worn with the elephant mask. The elephant mask, signified kingship and wealth and was worn by the powerful members of the Kuosi regulatory society, which included members of royalty, wealthy title holders, and ranking warriors of the Bandjoun kingdom of western Cameroon.

African Maasai Masai Beaded Ethnic Tribal Collar Necklace Jewelry Kenya $314.99

African maasai masai beaded ethnic tribal collar necklace jewelry - kenya 34

African Maasai Masai Beaded Ethnic Tribal Collar Necklace Jewelry Kenya $314.99

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