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Nelson Mandela, wearing traditional Xhosa dress, attends the wedding of his great grand nephew on December 7, 2002 in Umtata, Eastern Cape P...
The process of making an item out of Zulu beads is to take a piece of string as long as you want your item to be. Then you would take a sewing needle and put the string through it, then place the...
necklace; dance equipment | British Museum
South Africa | Woman's dance necklace; glass beads, fiber, brass buttons | ca. 1933 or earlier | Possibly made by the Xhosa (Tsolo, Eastern Cape) or (Griqualand East, KwaZulu Natal) people
Africa | 49 pieces of Northern Nguni (Zulu, Swazi and Transvaal Ndebele) and Southern Nguni (Xhosa) jewellery and beadwork items | Collected in situ (South Africa) in the 1930s. || Est. 20.000 - 30.000$