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Africa | Skirt from the Iraqw people of Tanzania | Glass beads on leather

Africa | Skirt from the Iraqw people of Tanzania | Glass beads on leather

Africa | Apron from Durban, KwaZulu Natal; possibly Sotho people | Glass beads, thread, leather and brass buttons | ca. 1859 or earlier

Africa | Apron from Durban, KwaZulu Natal; possibly Sotho people | Glass beads, thread, leather and brass buttons | ca. 1859 or earlier

Вышивка бисером и бисероплетение (beading). Подборка для вдохновения . Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

Вышивка бисером и бисероплетение (beading). Подборка для вдохновения . Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

Africa | Skirt from the Iraqw culture of Tanzania | Glass beads on leather | Collected in the 1960s

Africa | Skirt from the Iraqw culture of Tanzania | Glass beads on leather | Collected in the 1960s

South Africa | Necklace from the Zulu people | Glass beads, metal and fiber | Collected by James Waldie, in South Africa between 1893 and 1902.

South Africa | Necklace from the Zulu people | Glass beads, metal and fiber | Collected by James Waldie, in South Africa between 1893 and 1902.

Neck Ornament Place Made:	Africa: East Africa, Kenya Period:	Mid 20th century Date:	1950 - 1970 Dimensions:	32 cm Dia. Materials:	Cotton; gl...

Neck Ornament Place Made: Africa: East Africa, Kenya Period: Mid 20th century Date: 1950 - 1970 Dimensions: 32 cm Dia. Materials: Cotton; gl...

Il colore e' poesia dell'anima

Il colore e' poesia dell'anima

Africa | Women aprons (cache-sexe) from the Kirdi people of Northern Cameroon | Glass beads, cowrie shells and fiber | 20th century

Africa | Women aprons (cache-sexe) from the Kirdi people of Northern Cameroon | Glass beads, cowrie shells and fiber | 20th century

Africa | Beaded neckpiece from the Zulu people of South Africa | Late 19th or early 20th century

Africa | Beaded neckpiece from the Zulu people of South Africa | Late 19th or early 20th century

Africa | Details from a Yet beaded belt from the Kuba people of DR Congo | ca. 1st half of the 20th century | Glass beads, cowrie shells, mud and iron applied to leather and woven fiber rope. | The yet is a particularly spectacular example of royal costume in Africa. Yets are worn by all members of the royal family. It is of such importance that the Nyim(king) displays it on the day he ascends the throne.

Yet Beaded Kuba Belt

Africa | Details from a Yet beaded belt from the Kuba people of DR Congo | ca. 1st half of the 20th century | Glass beads, cowrie shells, mud and iron applied to leather and woven fiber rope. | The yet is a particularly spectacular example of royal costume in Africa. Yets are worn by all members of the royal family. It is of such importance that the Nyim(king) displays it on the day he ascends the throne.

Traditional decorated calabashes used by Maasai for storing milk, Tanzania

Traditional decorated calabashes used by Maasai for storing milk, Tanzania

Africa | Snuff container from the Zulu people of South Africa | Glass bottle, glass beads, wood, plant fiber | Late 19th to early 20th century

Africa | Snuff container from the Zulu people of South Africa | Glass bottle, glass beads, wood, plant fiber | Late 19th to early 20th century

Africa | Women aprons (cache-sexe) from the Kirdi people of Northern Cameroon | Glass beads, cowrie shells and fibre | 20th century

Africa | Women aprons (cache-sexe) from the Kirdi people of Northern Cameroon | Glass beads, cowrie shells and fibre | 20th century

Royal Girdle with   Symbolic Insignia (Yet)   D.R. Congo, Bushong people, 20th century | Collection of Matthew Polk and Amy Gould | Photo by Renée Comet

Royal Girdle with Symbolic Insignia (Yet) D.R. Congo, Bushong people, 20th century | Collection of Matthew Polk and Amy Gould | Photo by Renée Comet

pink as flamingos

pink as flamingos

Set di gioielli in pelle 4 pezzi di perline di SeaRanchJewelry

Set di gioielli in pelle 4 pezzi di perline di SeaRanchJewelry