Trade Bead Earrings  Handmade buy me, these dangle earrings are made with colorful Trade beads. African Sand cast beads in the colors of green, mustard and red dangle from brass wires. About 1 1/2 long, tiny wood roundels are at the top with a Miyuki bead at the bottom. Vintage cast brass coiled charms made by the Naga people dangle from the bottom of the center bead. Please check out my other pieces of jewelry and bags: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Abitofcolour

African Sandcast Earrings-Ethnic Earrings- Dangle Earrings-Drop Earrings- Trade Bead earrings- Tribal Earrings

Trade Bead Earrings Handmade buy me, these dangle earrings are made with colorful Trade beads. African Sand cast beads in the colors of green, mustard and red dangle from brass wires. About 1 1/2 long, tiny wood roundels are at the top with a Miyuki bead at the bottom. Vintage cast brass coiled charms made by the Naga people dangle from the bottom of the center bead. Please check out my other pieces of jewelry and bags: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Abitofcolour

Man's wrapped garment, Chang, Kaylo Kengyu or Konyak Naga People, Nagaland, India. 1900-1925. Cotton, dog hair, and cowrie shells.

Man's wrapped garment, Chang, Kaylo Kengyu or Konyak Naga People, Nagaland, India. 1900-1925. Cotton, dog hair, and cowrie shells.

eavy Naga necklace, of a well known but desirable type, worn with the large shell hanging on the back as a counterweight to the remainder. Nagaland (India), Angami Naga people, mid 20th c. Cut conch shells, shell beads, glass and carnelian beads, bone spacers. From *Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment*, p. 337.

eavy Naga necklace, of a well known but desirable type, worn with the large shell hanging on the back as a counterweight to the remainder. Nagaland (India), Angami Naga people, mid 20th c. Cut conch shells, shell beads, glass and carnelian beads, bone spacers. From *Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment*, p. 337.

Naga Morung Female Figure. Naga People, Eastern India/Western Burma, late 19th century-early 20th century. This Naga figure of a woman is carved from a single piece of hardwood. It has a worn, encrusted patina. The figure has an elongated, bulbous head; elongated arms and legs; a barrel chest; and small feet. The arms and legs are bent slightly which seems a common feature among Naga figures. This and more ethnographic art for sale on CuratorsEye.com.

Naga Morung Female Figure. Naga People, Eastern India/Western Burma, late 19th century-early 20th century. This Naga figure of a woman is carved from a single piece of hardwood. It has a worn, encrusted patina. The figure has an elongated, bulbous head; elongated arms and legs; a barrel chest; and small feet. The arms and legs are bent slightly which seems a common feature among Naga figures. This and more ethnographic art for sale on CuratorsEye.com.

A beautiful necklace of two strands, i.e. rolls covered with glass beads of several colours, and tied together at the top. Nagaland (India): Konyak Naga people; mid 20th c or before.

A beautiful necklace of two strands, i.e. rolls covered with glass beads of several colours, and tied together at the top. Nagaland (India): Konyak Naga people; mid 20th c or before.

Glass Bead Necklace Naga People, Burma/India late 1940s

Glass Bead Necklace Naga People, Burma/India late 1940s

Танцор племени нага - Naga people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Танцор племени нага - Naga people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Black and white photographs taken by R.G. Woodthorpe, c.1873-1875 Tangkhul Nagas photographs Tangkhul Woodthorpe/ R.G.(1873-1875). Pitt Rivers Museum Archive, Oxford AL.62.1.4

Black and white photographs taken by R.G. Woodthorpe, c.1873-1875 Tangkhul Nagas photographs Tangkhul Woodthorpe/ R.G.(1873-1875). Pitt Rivers Museum Archive, Oxford AL.62.1.4

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