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Shuar akitiai (ear ornaments), c. 1930. Upper Amazon, Ecuador. Beetlewing covers, toucan feathers, plant fibers, glass beads. via @AmericanIndianMuseum

Beetlewing covers, toucan feathers, plant fibers, glass beads,ca. 1930 These iridescent.

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Feather Plugs - Dangle Plugs - Ear Gauges - Tribal Plugs and Tunnels - Ear Hangers - Ear Plugs - 2g 0g 00g Plugs - 1/2 5/8 9/16 Inch Plugs

Dangle Plugs / Feather Gauge Earrings / Organic Stone Plugs / Peacock Feather Plugs / Tunnel Ear Gauges / inch by Chrysalism on Etsy (null)

Head-dress from Makuna-ui. Guayana, border area between Brazil/Venezuela.  c 1830 Materials: feathers, bird skins, plant fibre | In Guayana feather head-dresses are generally – and in some groups exclusively – worn by men in a ritual context. In a shamanic context feathers and bird skins visualized a close bond with bird-shaped spirits, the shamans’ preferred spiritual helpers.

Head-dress from Makuna-ui. Guayana, border area between Brazil/Venezuela. c 1830 Materials: feathers, bird skins, plant fibre

Beetle-Wing Body Art: Shuar Ear Ornaments. "Along with colorful headdresses and necklaces, men wear dramatic ear ornaments like those pictured here, which are made from toucan feathers, glass beads, and the iridescent wing covers of the giant ceiba borer beetle, Euchroma gigantea."

Beetle-Wing Body Art: Shuar Ear Ornaments. "Along with colorful headdresses and necklaces, men wear dramatic ear ornaments like those pictured here, which are made from toucan feathers, glass beads, and the iridescent wing covers of the giant ceiba borer beetle, Euchroma gigantea."

Brazil | Chest ornament/ belet from the Kayapo people | Feathers, cotton, vegetal fiber, rush and nuts

Brazil | Chest ornament/ belet from the Kayapo people | Feathers, cotton, vegetal fiber, rush and nuts

Tom Holdman, this has so much depth to it, it almost (literaly!) takes my breath away.

"THE FOREST" Artist: Tom Holdman, This has so much depth to it, it almost takes my breath away!

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