Xhosa Beading

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Full: Front Necklet made of beads (glass), thread (fibre), buttons (pearl-shell). © The Trustees of the British Museum African Beads, African Jewelry, Tribal Jewelry, Beaded Jewelry, Jewellery, Seed Bead Necklace, Beaded Necklace, Red Necklace, Xhosa Attire

necklet | British Museum

South Africa | Necklet; glass beads, fiber, pearl shell buttons | ca. 1933 or earlier | Possibly made by the Xhosa (Tsolo, Eastern Cape) or (Griqualand East, KwaZulu Natal) people

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South Africa | Necklace (holding a central pencil) from the Nguni (Thembu, Xhosa) people. Element of the costume worn by young uninitiated men | Glass beads, cotton and wool

Bid Live on Lot 337 in the Two Day Auction of Decorative and Fine Arts Auction from Stephan Welz & Co. African Love, South African Art, Prehistoric Period, Bead Loom Designs, Xhosa, Game Lodge, Textiles, Orisha, Fine Art Auctions

A COLLECTION OF TWELVE XHOSA UMGXAHISO BEADED BLANKET PINS, HERSHEL DISTRICT, EASTERN CAPE 12

Bid Live on Lot 337 in the Two Day Auction of Decorative and Fine Arts Auction from Stephan Welz & Co.

African ritual clothing, Xhosa people, Thembu subgroup, South Africa Costume for a Female Diviner and Costume for a Deviner's Acolyte, before 1966 African Fashion Traditional, African Traditional Wedding, African Inspired Fashion, Traditional Dresses, African Life, African Culture, African Wear, Xhosa, African Tribes

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African ritual clothing, Xhosa people, Thembu subgroup, South Africa Costume for a Female Diviner and Costume for a Deviner's Acolyte, before 1966

An elaborate Xhosa beaded blanket pin. South Africa, From The British Museum Collection. Xhosa, African Fashion, African Style, Iron Work, African Beads, Museum Collection, Loom Beading, British Museum, Bead Weaving

An elaborate Xhosa beaded blanket pin. South Africa, 1930's. From The British Museum Collection.

Engage your students with the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, to illustrate themes and concepts in any discipline. African Trade Beads, African Jewelry, Tribal Jewelry, Beaded Jewelry, Jewelry Necklaces, Beaded Necklace, Beaded Bracelets, Xhosa, Family Jewels

Necklace | MFA for Educators

Necklace. African, South Africa, Xhosa peoples, 20th century.

African Tribal Art - Skirt, Xhosa or Mfengu People, South Africa African Fashion Dresses, African Dress, African Art, Xhosa, Vintage Couture, Tribal Art, South Africa, Glass Beads, Shells

African Tribal Art - Skirt, Xhosa or Mfengu People, South Africa

Zena Kruzick Tribal Art sells fine ethnic and tribal artifacts, textiles and jewelry from Africa, Indonesia and Oceania.

Superb vintage Xhosa man’s necklace with large beaded front panel. (XBE) David Said P/L Tribal Art Brokers African Tribes, African Art, Necklace Types, Men Necklace, Xhosa, African Trade Beads, Tribal Art, Love Letters, Beadwork

Superb vintage Xhosa man�s necklace with large beaded front panel. (XBE) | Beadwork

Vintage Xhosa man’s necklace with large beaded front panel.

Xhosa Beaded Panel Blanket Pin or Cloak Pin "Ithumbu" - Xhosa Beadwork. This beaded pin, sometimes referred to as a "love letter", is so large that it may be considered a beaded panel. It it of the style popular around Cofimvaba and likely dates to the African Culture, African Art, Africa Craft, Xhosa, African Accessories, African Traditional Dresses, Cultural Identity, Loom Weaving, Cloak

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Xhosa . This is called "Ithumbu" Xhosa Bead Blanket Pin or Cloak Pin- This beaded pin is referred to as a "Love Letter", is large and is considered a bead panel

Collection online showcases more than four million of the Museum's objects. From Indigenous clothing and Mexican skulls to necklaces made of dolphin teeth, this is one of the most extensive online museum databases in the world. Dolphin Teeth, Xhosa, Beadwork, Beading, Mexican Skulls, British Museum, African Art, Stone Jewelry, South Africa

skirt | British Museum

Skirt made of beads (glass), thread, cloth.

Central Saint Martins / Material Futures / Graduates 2016 / Laduma Ngxokolo / 'Safer Xhosa Circumcision' - Hygienic and safe medical kits designed to confront health concerns of the traditional Xhosa circumcision ritual African Design, African Art, Xhosa, Circumcision, Graduation Project, Central Saint Martins, Smart Design, Science And Technology, Elephant

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Central Saint Martins / Material Futures / Graduates 2016 / Laduma Ngxokolo / 'Safer Xhosa Circumcision' - Hygienic and safe medical kits designed to confront health concerns of the traditional Xhosa circumcision ritual

Traditional Xhosa beadwork. I'm in love 😍 // @maxhosa South African Artists, African Tribes, Xhosa, Painting & Drawing, Kids Rugs, Beadwork, Beading, Drawings, Traditional

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Necklace, South Africa PEOPLE:	South Nguni (Xhosa?) PERIOD:	Late 19th to early 20th century DATE:	1899 - 1902 DIMENSIONS:	L 7 cm x W 34 cm MATERIALS:	Glass TECHNIQUES:	Beadwork. Beaded Jewelry, Beaded Necklace, Necklaces, Africa People, Xhosa, African Trade Beads, Beading, Beadwork, Necklace Types

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Necklace, South Africa PEOPLE: South Nguni (Xhosa?) PERIOD: Late 19th to early 20th century DATE: 1899 - 1902 DIMENSIONS: L 7 cm x W 34 cm MATERIALS: Glass TECHNIQUES: Beadwork.

 Purchased: P. Keytell Collection, Iziko Museums of Cape Town. Necklace Types, Beaded Necklace, Necklaces, Xhosa, African Trade Beads, Love Letters, African Art, Cape Town, Corsets

Ornaments - Unknown - Google Arts & Culture

Collar Nguni Xhosa. Purchased: P.C. Keytell Collection, 1917. Iziko Museums of Cape Town.