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Xhosa men dressed for tribal dance . South Africa
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COLLECTIING TRIBAL BEADWORK FROM AROUND TH E WORLD

Xhosa men dressed for tribal dance . South Africa

Africa | Pictures taken of girls attending a Xhosa wedding.  Eastern Cape, South Africa.  ca. 1960 | ©Lester Haig Hunter |  For those interested in traditional Eastern Cape weddings, this is just two out of the 24 slides taken at the wedding.
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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
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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 | Xhosa woman smoking a pipe.  Transkei.  South Africa || Postcard image //

An old woman and her Pipe - A typical Transkeian scene - South Africa " | En vente sur Delcampe"

Africa | Xhosa woman smoking a pipe. Transkei. South Africa || Postcard image //

Xhosa people. South Africa. 1967 - 1976,Photographer Harold E Scheub

Xhosa people. South Africa. 1967 - 1976,Photographer Harold E Scheub

Africa | Costume for a female diviner (Igqirakazi) and on the right the costume for a Diviner's Acolyte (Umkhwetha).  Thembu (Xhosa) people, South Africa. | Prior to 1966
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Olympus PEN E-P2 and Zuiko 25mm Pancake Lens - Triumph

Steve Brantley Photography, featuring a photographic emphasis on Asian travel to Japan and China, Civil War battle reenactments, flower close ups, motorcycles and scenic landscapes in North Carolina, the Canadian Rockies and the American West.

South Africa | Personal ornament; glass beads and cotton | Possibly from the Xhosa people | ca. 1954 or earlier
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ornament | British Museum

South Africa | Personal ornament; glass beads and cotton | Possibly from the Xhosa people | ca. 1954 or earlier

Zulu / Xhosa beaded scarf necklace
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Zulu / Xhosa beaded scarf necklace | Etsy

Zulu / Xhosa beaded scarf drapes around the neck to the length of approximately 27 inches. The bib in front has 3 loops and balls closure. This exquisite necklace is a statement piece that is sure to turn heads. Hand beaded by Zulu women from Durban, South Africa. *While all efforts are made to show the jewelry

Africa | South Nguni man, possibly a shepherd, wearing a sheepskin kaross and smoking a typical Xhosa pipe.  His pipe cleaner is tucked into his beaded headdress.  ca 1880

Africa | South Nguni man, possibly a shepherd, wearing a sheepskin kaross and smoking a typical Xhosa pipe. His pipe cleaner is tucked into his beaded headdress. ca 1880

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