desert-dreamer:  zulu beadwork. south africa.

desert-dreamer: zulu beadwork. south africa.

African Jewelry | Gallery African Jewelry Jewellery Necklaces by Sonja Zytkow

African Jewelry | Gallery African Jewelry Jewellery Necklaces by Sonja Zytkow

Africa | Necklace from the Maasi or Samburu peoples of Kenya | Glass beads, wire and fiber | ca. 1970s.

Africa | Necklace from the Maasi or Samburu peoples of Kenya | Glass beads, wire and fiber | ca. 1970s.

traditional beaded Zulu necklace handmade in South Africa.   www.the2bandits.com

White Zulu Necklace - Medium

traditional beaded Zulu necklace handmade in South Africa. www.the2bandits.com

Kenya | Cuff bracelets from the Maasai people | Wire, plastic, glass beads | 2nd half 20th century || Prices 120 - 150€ each

Kenya | Cuff bracelets from the Maasai people | Wire, plastic, glass beads | 2nd half 20th century || Prices 120 - 150€ each

South Africa | Necklace with pouch from the Nguni (Thembu, Xhosa) people. Element of the costume worn by young uninitiated men | Leather, textile, glass beads and wool

South Africa | Necklace with pouch from the Nguni (Thembu, Xhosa) people. Element of the costume worn by young uninitiated men | Leather, textile, glass beads and wool

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Africa | A beaded bracelet from the Masai people in Kenya | ca. 1970s

Africa | A beaded bracelet from the Masai people in Kenya | ca. 1970s

Africa | A rare and beautiful Zulu "lion's claw" necklace with black & white Venetian beads. | Glass beads, bone and string | Late 19th to early 20th century | As lions became less prevalent, necklaces such as these utilized animal bone to replicate leopard or lion claws. Most extant necklaces generally utilize red beads. This item on offer is the only all black & white example we are aware of.

Africa | A rare and beautiful Zulu "lion's claw" necklace with black & white Venetian beads. | Glass beads, bone and string | Late 19th to early 20th century | As lions became less prevalent, necklaces such as these utilized animal bone to replicate leopard or lion claws. Most extant necklaces generally utilize red beads. This item on offer is the only all black & white example we are aware of.

Africa | A Maasai or Samburu woman's necklace.  Kenya or Tanzania | Glass beads, fiber | ca. 1970

Africa | A Maasai or Samburu woman's necklace. Kenya or Tanzania | Glass beads, fiber | ca. 1970

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